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Etymology:

First stated by Henry IV of France as, "I want there to be no peasant in my realm so poor that he will not have a chicken in his pot every Sunday," and later in the United States during the Hoover campaign for presidency as part of an advertisement.


Noun:

a chicken in every pot something suggestive of general welfare or prosperity At least nowadays we have a chicken in every pot, and a car in every garage to boot!


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