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Who stated the following: "a house divided against itself cannot stand"? A. Abraham Lincoln B. Thomas Jefferson C. Stephen A. Douglas D. Henry Clay
A. Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln said "a house divided against itself cannot stand".
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