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U. S. Flag Emblem of Right To Work for Better Days, Vice President Dawes Says
Renewal of Pledge of Loyalty to Banner Urged in Address Radiocast From Chicago.
The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Jul 5, 1925
Start Page:5
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The true American, however poor and weak he may be in himself, sees in the flag of his government only the right to work and hope for better days, Vice President Charles G. Dawes said in

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