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By Vince Whelan, a student at North Hardin High School
With the end of the Revolutionary War, we Americans consecrated this land as our own, where freedom thrives for the sake of all men.
During the American Civil War, we challenged the interpretation of this freedom, and sought to make it a more perfect definition.
With the outbreak of the first World War, we dedicated ourselves to the prevention of global threats to the freedoms of all men across the word; and so it was the same case with the coming of a second World War.
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