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A Manual of American Citizenship

by Edwin Noah Hardy

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On the one hand, I was impressed (considering the huge cultural and technological changes) by how similar the "patriotic" message is almost 100 years later. On the other hand, I was shocked that only one religion, Christianity, could be presented to the immigrant as "the highest and noblest kind of life", pg. 123. No separation of church and state in this author's mind! How could an immigrant of differing religion not feel discriminated against? A huge hurdle for our ancestors to becoming assimilated.
  Elleneer | Jul 12, 2015 |
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