Is the Pledge Constutional?

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United States

 

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Madie R

 

Date added:

February 17, 2017

 

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University

 

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They fought to preserve what this country stands for. And one thing that it does stand for is freedom, freedom of speech and freedom that no one has the right to tell us what to believe. I don’t think that if you do not recite a few words, means you support terrorism or that you are anti-American. The Pledge has lost its meaning and value because it is forced on people, not only in school but also at sports events and the like...
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The Pledge has lost its meaning and value because it is forced on people, not only in school but also at sports events and the like. It has almost become an insult to America and maybe it’s better if we express our individual gratitude in our own way. Recently the mentioning of “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance has been considered very controversial...
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