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There Once Was A Place Called America

PoliticalHistorian Wrote: Feb 26, 2013 8:36 PM
Please explain this point from the person you quote: civil rights actions were taken in courts to "weaken basic American institutions" What does that mean?
"There once was a place called America," our children's children will one day write, "a bright and shining city on a hill, divinely placed by God to serve as a beacon of hope to the entire world. A land filled with generous-hearted souls who showered the needy the world over with their abundant blessings."

You see, America was founded by a handful of God-fearing patriots who didn't always agree but believed certain things like life, liberty and the personal pursuit of happiness were worth dying for. And to ensure their ideas would survive the ages, they crafted one of the most...

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