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Honor the Flag June 1, 2008

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When we honor our flag we honor what we stand for as a Nation – freedom, equality, justice, and hope.

Proclamation 4846 – Flag Day and National Flag Week, 1981
June 1, 1981

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Full of Opportunity May 13, 2008

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Let us work to build a nation that is free of racism, full of opportunity, and determined to loosen the creative energies of every person of every race, of every station, to make a better life.

Remarks in Denver, Colorado, at the Annual Convention
of the NAACP, June 29, 1981

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Allegiance To This Great Country March 15, 2008

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When we participate in a free election, extend a helping hand to a neighbor, live responsible and productive lives, or teach a child through our own actions that all people are equal under the law, we manifest our allegiance to this great country.

Proclamation 5032 – Loyalty Day, 1983
March 15, 1983

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Reagan on Religious Intolerance January 26, 2008

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Ronald Reagan spoke many times on intolerance and bigotry. What would Reagan say today about Mitt Romney’s presidential candidacy and Mormon religion? What would Reagan do, many often ask. The following video shares Reagan’s thoughts on religious intolerance and all forms of bigotry, and it includes a clip of Mitt Romney’s speech, “Faith in America.”

Except for Mitt Romney’s speech, all quotes are of Ronald Reagan:

Equality December 1, 2007

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How can we love our country and not love our countrymen; and loving them, reach out a hand when they fall, heal them when they’re sick, and provide opportunity to make them self-sufficient so they will be equal in fact and not just in theory?

Inaugural Address
West Front of the U.S. Capitol, January 20, 1981