1 edition of And the flag was still there found in the catalog.
And the flag was still there
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-249) and index.
|Series||Haworth gay and lesbian studies|
|LC Classifications||UB418.G38 S53 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|ISBN 10||1560249099, 1560238518|
|LC Control Number||94031507|
And the flag was still there, waving on while we dance And the flag was still there, waving on as we dance And the flag was still there, waving on while we dance And the flag was still there. And then we’re going to the stars. Because that’s where we belong. It’s right there, in our flag. Our flag is still there. It will continue to wave through the perilous night, even when all that illuminates it is enemy fire. Be not afraid.
It occurs to me that my patriotic duty is to recapture my flag from the men now waving it in the name of jingoism and censorship. This isn't easy for me. The last time I looked at a flag with unambiguous pride, I was Right after that, Vietnam began teaching me lessons in ambiguity, and the lessons have kept coming. Just because something isn’t “there” doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist! The flag came down in the recent ice storm, but as soon as the Spring thaw comes it will be up! We are and ready for change. Scrolling through thousands of photos while on my way to Utah I .
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Yet the continental congress still did not design a new American flag. That flag came about on J when congress passed the first of three major flag acts. The first act stated that “the flag of the US shall consist of 13 alternating stripes of red on white with.
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