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What do you think of when you see the American flag?

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Photo of Kyle Longabach

“I personally think about patriotism and Independence Day. The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday.”

Photo of David Brown

“I think of Iraq, because that’s what you see all the time. Most of the time when I see the flag on the news or on the back of cars, it’s in reference to the war.”

Photo of Taylor Blodgett

“I think of the values of our country like pride and our work ethic, but around this time of year it mostly makes me think of the holiday.”

Photo of Kelsey Ledbetter

“I think of our pride in our country, and I think about what our country has been through over the years. But on the other hand, it makes me think of capitalism and commercialism, too.”

Photo of Ashley Gulick

“A lot of my family members are in the military and have recently joined the military, so it make me kind of sad that they are sending so many people away. I don’t think they’re doing enough to bring them back home.”

Photo of Lauren Howard

“I see the past and future of our country, I think of things I learned in the social studies class I just finished, and the Fourth of July pops up as well.”

Photo of Jonathan Marzette

“I think of firework, World Wars and sometimes freedom. That’s when I see the flag when I’m in school, so that’s what I associate it with.”

Photo of Nate Hoffman

“I think of pride, and I think of how it represents my country and everything that we stand for.”


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