U.S. Pledge of Allegiance
X.S. Pledge XX XXXXXXXXXX
The United States XXXXXX of Allegiance XX XXXXXXX XX the XXXXXX XXXXXX and the flag XX XXX XXXXXX XXXXXX XX America. XX XXXXXX, “I XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XX my Flag and XXX Republic for which it XXXXXX, one nation, indivisible, XXXX XXXXXXX and XXXXXXX XXX all” (XXXXXX, 2017). Loyalty XX XXX flag of the United XXXXXX XXXXXX XX XXXXXXXXX while XXX XX XXXXXXXX XX XXXXXXXXX and XXXXXXX XXXXX right hand over the XXXXX (XXXXXXX, 2014). Freedom XX XXXXXX is XXX XXXX thing XXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX to XXX American constitution. XX synthesizing what the XXXXXX of XXXXXXXXXX entails, “no official XXX the authority to suggest XXXX to be conventional in XXXXXXXXXXX, religion, or XXXXXXXX or other opinion matters. XXXX can also XXX XXXXXX any citizen to XXX their XXXXX or confess by word XX mouth therein” (Laycock, 2014). According XX the XXXXX XXXXXXXXX, the government cannot XXXXX citizen's rights XX XXXXX freely. Schools XXXXX students XXX opportunity to say the pledge XXXXX XXX, but from XXX XXXXXXXXXXXX, XXXX XXXXXXX has XXX right to XXXXXX XXXXXXX XX XXX it or XXX.
To XXXXX free imply that you XXX what you XXXXXXX and XXX XXXX you XXX XXXXXXXXX to XXX. That means XXXX XX a student does not believe in XXX XXXXXX of XXXXXXXXXX, XXXX XXX XXXXXX XXX to XXX it. XXXXXXX, some have XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX XX XXXX XXXX you XXX say XXXXXXXX you XXXX whenever you XXXX, which XX XXXXX. XXXXX XXX XXXXXXX types XX speech XXXX the constitution does XXX XXXXXXX, and they XXXXXXX speech that might XXXXXX XXXXX or violence and hate speech (Hu, XXXX). It is also not essential to take the XXXXXXX of speech XXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXX countries XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXX, XXXXXX, or even killed to XXXXX against XXX government or even XXX XXXXXXXXX that the government XXXX not XXXXXXX in. XXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XX make choices consciously. Besides, XXXX need XX know XXX they say or do not say XXX pledge of allegiance, XXX just from XXX mere fact that XXXX XXXX the freedom to XX it or not to XX it. XX XX essential first XX XXXXXXXXXX what XX are XXXXXX.
The XXXXXX of XXXXXXXXXX XXXX I would write XXXXX XX XXX XXXX and the rules of the XXXXX and Oceania. “I pledge XX XXXXXXX XX the Party, XXX to harbor any rebellious XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX the XXXXX, XXX XX XXXXXX XXXXX to XXX collective XXXXXX XXXXX XXXX by the XXXXX.”
XXXXXX, W. R. X. (XXXX). XXXXXX XX Allegiance.XXXX://sgfny.com/PDF/XXXXX-Meetings/2017/XXXXXXXXX.pdf
XX, M. (2017). Orwell's 1984 and a Fourth XXXXXXXXX cybersurveillance XXXXXXXXXXXX test. XXXX. X. XXX., 92, 1819.https://scholarlycommons.XXX.XXX.edu/XXX/XXXXXXXXXXX.cgi?article=XXXX&XXXXXXX=XXXXXX
XXXXXXX, X. (XXXX). XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX, XXX pledge of allegiance, and religious liberty: XXXXXXXX the XXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXXX the XXXXXXX. XXXX. X. XXX., XXX, XXX.XXXXX://XXXXXXXXXX.XXX/hol-cgi-bin/get_pdf.XXX?handle=XXXX.XXXXXXXX/XXXXXX&XXXXXXX=20