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History of "The Pledge of Allegiance"

Summary: The history of the U.S. "The Pledge of Allegiance" and opinions about what it should be kept in schools.
Americans have had their own outlook on their rights as American citizens. In 1789, Congress passed the bill of rights to help establish a free country. The beginning of the first amendment states that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridge the freedom of speech." Since then citizens of the United States have had different conceptions about their rights as Americans and debated on their freedom of speech and the right to any religion (Alonso 16). The differences among the American citizens have brought up the subject of taking the Pledge of Allegiance out of all schools. By standing and saluting the flag students and teachers will not only show respect for our country, but for those that have fought for our freedom. Reciting the Pledge is not only about religion, it is about having people come together as...

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