Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 14

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14/ 

of the character and the

framing of the public opinion

of the next generation.

I know this sounds like a

trite statement to you but

it is profoundly true, true

whether we consciously realize

it or not. We can not

help influencing our children by

the lessons in history, in reading

and in biography which we teach

them. Many of us remember how

we were taught to hate England

from our study of the Revolutionary

War, and how we

could see only one side to the

Civil War, how we longed to

hang Jeff Davis to a sour

apple tree while we went

marching along with John

Brown's body. The temper

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14/ 

of the character and the

framing of the public opinion

of the next generation.

I know this sounds like a

trite statement to you but

it is profoundly true, true

whether we consciously realize

it or not. We can not

help influencing our children by

the lessons in history, in reading

and in biography which we teach

them. Many of us remember how

we were taught to hate England

from our study of the Revolutionary

War, and how we

could see only one side to the

Civil War, how we longed to

hang Jeff Davis to a sour

apple tree while we went

marching along with John

Brown's body. The temper


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  • November 18, 2017 03:08:54 Thomas A. Lingner

    14/ 

    of the character and the

    framing of the public opinion

    of the next generation.

    I know this sounds like a

    trite statement to you but

    it is profoundly true, true

    whether we consciously realize

    it or not. We can not

    help influencing our children by

    the lessons in history, in reading

    and in biography which we teach

    them. Many of us remember how

    we were taught to hate England

    from our study of the Revolutionary

    War, and how we

    could see only one side to the

    Civil War, how we longed to

    hang Jeff Davis to a sour

    apple tree while we went

    marching along with John

    Brown's body. The temper

  • July 4, 2017 17:23:26 Annick Rodriguez

    14/ 

    of the character and the

    framing of the public opin-

    ion of the next generation.

    I know this sounds like a

    trite statement to you but

    it is profoundly true, true

    whether we consciously re-

    alize it or not. We can not

    help influencing our children by

    the lessons in history , in reading

    and in biography which we teach

    them. Many of us you remember how

    we were taught to hate England

    from our study of the Revolu-

    tionary War, and how we never

    could see only one side to the

    Civil War, how we longed to

    hang Jeff Davis to a sour

    apple tree while we went

    marching along with John

    Brown's body. The temper


  • July 4, 2017 17:23:19 Annick Rodriguez

    14/ 

    of the character and the

    framing of the public opin-

    ion of the next generation.

    I know this sounds like a

    trite statement to you but

    it is profoundly true, true

    whether we consciously re-

    alize it or not. We can not

    help influencing our children by

    the lessons in history , in reading

    and in biography which we teach

    them. Many of us you remember how

    we were taught to hate England

    from our study of the Revolu-

    tionary War, and how we never

    could see only one side to the

    Civil War, how welonged to

    hang Jeff Davis to a sour

    apple tree while we went

    marching along with John

    Brown's body. The temper


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    Saginaw, Michigan, USA

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October 2, 1915
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