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Whom Do You Honor on Memorial Day? By Mary Lynn Bushong : 1 When Memorial Day began, it had another name. It was called Decoration Day. It was a day to decorate the graves of those who died during the American Civil War. Many states had already chosen different days to honor their war dead, but.
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MEMORIAL DAY: WHOM DO WE HONOR? BY: T.D. DUFF TONKA BAY MINNESOTA. Memorial Day will be celebrated by the usual high speed trips to the lake and our lake homes, and with displays of flags, and the.
Memorial Day is special, however. Today, we pause to reflect that the price of our freedom, our safety and our way of life was paid not by impersonal numbers in the tallies of war dead, but by men and.
Whom Will We Honor Memorial Day? Article. By Howard Zinn. 1976. Essay urging readers to rethink Memorial Day, who we honor, and what resources we prioritize. Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
At the end of this article, we’ll share the names of a small number of the people we honor this Memorial Day–the fallen heroes that I and Inc.com readers who have contacted me have a personal.
– Memorial Day will be celebrated by the usual high speed trips to the lake and our lake homes, and with displays of flags, and the sounds of bugles and drums, Tim Duff: Whom do we honor on Memorial.
Whom Will We Honor Memorial Day? by howard zinn. 28. mai 2019 Jeff Schevitz neuigkeiten 0. memorial day will be celebrated. by the usual betrayal of the dead, by the hypocritical patriotism of the politicians and contractors preparing for more wars, more graves to receive more flowers on.
Her courage should be cherished on Memorial Day. There were the B52 pilots who refused to fly those last vicious raids of Nixon’s and Kissinger’s war. Have any of the great universities, so quick to give honorary degrees to God-knows-whom, thought to honor those men at this Commencement time, on this Memorial Day?