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The Manufacturer and the Flag
This flag of ours with its stars and stripes is the emblem of justice and liberty, of freedom of thought and action, of equal opportunity without distinction of race, color, or condition of birth. From our youth up we have been taught to love and revere it, to cherish the principles for which it stands, to glory in the land and its institutions that have developed under its protection. We have been taught to honor the memory of those patriots and heroes who first unfurled it to the breeze and under it achieved independence and liberty and created this a new land and nation with its doors open to receive to its citizenship the oppressed and downtrodden from any land and clime, a land of opportunity and liberty where all may serve God according to the dictates of their own conscience. We cherish and reverence the names of those men who have directed its destinies down through the years, those who laid down their lives that the nation might be preserved an undivided union.
We have been taught to bow in cheerful submission to the authority it represents for the preservation of the principles of justice and humanity; and now that we have been drawn into this world struggle against our wills and so impelled only because of the necessity of upholding before the world all these principles for which we as a nation have steadfastly stood and for maintaining inviolate the rights of our citizens and the dignity of our country, it becomes the duty of every citizen and manufacturer to give to our flag and nation the utmost loyalty and support and to do our part in assisting in this crisis to a successful issue out of the situation so that our flag without a smirch on any of its stripes and with every star undimmed may continue to wave over a land of the free and the home of the brave. From a resolution adopted at the Twenty-second Annual Convention of the National Association of Manufacturers, May, 1917.