E pluribus unum Latin for "Out of many, one" — is a 13-letter phrase on the Seal
of the United ... E pluribus unum, written in capital letters, is included on most U.S.
Why is the motto "E Pluribus Unum" so important to America? ... part of many
aspects of American government and culture, perhaps most notably on our
Jun 2, 2014 ... Both In God We Trust and E Pluribus Unum are firmly embedded in ... primarily
because of their long, regular use on the nation's money. E ...
Nov 13, 2010 ... The Latin phrase E Pluribus Unum is found in the Journals of the ... To this day
the Treasury Department will redeem damaged currency.
E pluribus unum definition, out of many, one (motto of the U.S., appearing on
most U.S. currency and on the Great Seal of the United States). See more.
Aug 13, 2000 ... The original national motto: "E Pluribus Unum" .... By 1966, "In God we Trust" was
added to all paper money, from $1 to $100 denominations. 3.
Apr 4, 2012 ... But the cost is only part of the problem with U.S. currency. ... A far more inclusive
motto, “E pluribus unum,” proposed for the first Great Seal of ...
E Pluribus Unum has been on our currency for a long time. In fact it is a law
enacted by congress that all coins bear the motto.
May 5, 2016 ... What in the world does “E Pluribus Unum” mean, anyway? How did “In God We
Trust” come to be the phrase used on every piece of currency?
Although “In God We Trust” is the official motto, “E Pluribus Unum” has long been
... The United States, China, and the Money Question by Austin Dean ...