Why do you have a pledge of allegiance?
to show the liberty and unity of our nation to show the liberty and unity of our nation
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In 1892, a minister named Francis Bellamy wrote the Pledge (which means a promise or a vow) of Allegiance (which means loyalty or faithfulness) in order to promote patriotism,… love of country and respect for the flag. It was originally designed for schools, to be taught to children. In the original version, it said nothing about God. In fact, it was meant to be concise and not take very long to say. It was also not said with the hand on the heart, but with a salute. Here is what Rev. Bellamy wrote: " I pledge allegiance to my flag and the republic for which it stands, one nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." But as time went by, several changes were made to the pledge. The last one occurred during the early 1950s, an era of McCarthyism and the Cold War, when the words "under God" were added to show that America is a God-fearing nation, as opposed to the Soviet Union, our enemy of that time, which espoused a belief in atheism. Today, the pledge, which is said with the hand over the heart, reads: I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands: one Nation under God, indivisible, With Liberty and Justice for all.
the pledge if allegiance is a way to symbolize the way that we respect our countrywith loyalty, devotion, and faithfullness.
Answer . Who claims authorship of the "Christian Pledge of Allegiance"?. No
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America andto the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God,indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
The is a Pledge of Allegiance because it shows the patriotic prideof Americans. The Pledge of Allegiance is no longer part of thedaily curriculum in United States schools.
It is our respect for our nation to help us be a stronger world andto build up our nation! It reaffirms our love of country.
youre saying an oath
The Pledge was written back in the late 1800s; it was designed so that people had a way of showing respect for their country and for the symbol of that country (the American f…lag). Allegiance is another word for loyalty-- so, you are promising to be loyal to your country.
the pledge of allegiance is recited by Christians and Jews in the U.S., most Muslims living in the U.S. probably say it too, although there is no separation of church and stat…e in the Islamic religion, so possibly devout Muslims don't, but a majority of the U.S. does
It expresses their loyalty to their flag and their liberty,justice, and independence
what is the pledge of allegiance about
Never defined, which makes the Pledge all the more confusing tolittle children.
Because its important.
you don't sing you say it if you really didn't know that you must not say it a lot
my pledge is to laugh at denver and jason while they drink camel urine and go human centipede on there pets and family members.
The Pledge of Allegia nce is capitalized because it is a proper nou n. It is a name of the US expressio n of loyalty.