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2.Make America Great Again
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The flag is a popular topic on decals for automobile windows and clothes decorations such as ribbons and lapel pins. The flag has grown a great representation of Americanism and flown on many moments, with large outside flags used by local outlets to attract consumers. Respect for the flag has at events reached religion-like enthusiasm: in 1919 William Norman Guthrie’s writing The Religion of Old Glory considered “the cult of the flag” and formally introduced vexillolatry
U.S. flag burned in a rally on the eve of the 2008 polls
Despite several attempts to forbid the practice, desecration of the flag remains defended as free expression. Scholars have regarded the paradox that “flag is so honored because it describes the state of the unoccupied, and that freedom involves the strength to practice or abuse that flag in protest.”
This nationalist position about the flag is a shift from earlier viewpoints. U.S. standard was mostly a “military cadet or a nearby sense of American empire.” That rarely obliged outside of garrisons, offices, and the like until the occasion of the American Civil War in April 1861, when Major Robert Anderson forced to resign Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor to Confederates.
For the first time, American flags were mass-produced rather than personally sewed, and even so, producers could not keep up with the command. As the long winter of 1861 changed into spring, that old flag meant something extra. The concept of the Union cause transfigured into a real thing: strips of cloth that millions of people would fight for, and several thousand dies.