Rights and Duties
Calvin Coolidge

We do honor to the stars and stripes
as the emblem of our country and the symbol
of all that our patriotism means.

We identify the flag with almost everything
we hold dear on earth. It represents our peace
and security, our civil and political liberty,
our freedom of religious worship, our family,
our friends, our home. We see it in the
great multitude of blessings, of rights
and privileges that make up our country.

But when we look at our flag
and behold it emblazoned with all our rights,
we must remember that it is equally
a symbol of our duties.
Every glory that we associate
with it is the result of duty done.
A yearly contemplation of our flag
strengthens and purifies
the national conscience.


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