- In reference to the proverb, a house divided against itself cannot stand. (Wiktionary)
“We remember him for the firmness and depth of his convictions-his unyielding opposition to slavery and his determination that a house divided could not stand.”
“But incidentally parallel with this most delightful fact runs the observation that the house of the bigamist is a house divided against itself and the fruitful source of much mischief and the effectual disruption of all true discipline.”
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