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Read: "American Flag Stands for Tolerance", Ronald Allen, COLLECTIONS p. 18-20; also #4 & #5 p.22 HELP PLEAS Today we live in a very contentious time with a presidential election two months away offering two starkly opposed candidates. Allen's article appeared in 1984 but addresses many of the same issues still relevant today. Describe and list the main points of the article. What is the author trying to teach us?

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