American's Creed Day - April 13th.
William Tyler Page, a messenger in the U.S. House of Representatives, wrote the American's Creed in 1917.
Have you ever heard of America's Creed?
What is the creed?
Do you think children should be taught the creed?
Do you think you should be expected to recite it each day at school, instead of the Pledge of Allegiance?
William Tyler Page said, "The American's Creed is a summing up, in one hundred words, of the basic principles of
Do you agree with him?
Under what circumstances should people be required to memorize and recite this creed?
posted 8/2007 by Cynthia J. O'Hora, In the Spirit of Thomas Paine - released to public domain
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