AMERICAN SYMBOL OF DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL UNITY
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AMERICAN SYMBOL OF DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL UNITY
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The article describes those historical and linguistic factors which helped to turn the phrase “We the People” into one of the most popular symbols of the American nation. Also, the article identifies the major contexts where the symbol is used.
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01.05.2013
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