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Here is one from the "everything old is new again" collection. This 1929 article asks whether it was appropriate for schools to fly the American flag, believing as this one cleric did, that the starry banner is "an emblem of war". This argument is back in our own time: two municipalities in California have banned the American flag from city vehicles (Laguna Beach prohibits the flag from being displayed on police cars and the Berkeley City Council has ordered their fire department to stop flying the flag on their trucks).

Click here to read about the Jehovah Witnesses and how they are always being persecuted for not saluting the flags of their respective nations...

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Schools Should Not Fly ''An Emblem Of War'' (Literary Digest, 1929)

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