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14 Cards in this Set

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A people's way of life, including their language, religion, ethics, laws, and arts.
Judeo-Christian heritage
A heritage whose primary influence is Judaism, Christianity, and the Bible, rather than pagan religions.
Puritan or Protestant Work Ethic
The idea that work is a gift from God and a means of glorifying Him.
Free Enterprise Capitalism
The American economic system by which the means of production and distribution (land, factories, railroads, etc.) are privately owned and operated.
Anything that helps people remember a past event.
A solemn promise, as in "The Pledge of Allegiance"
Our loyalty, support, and devotion to duty, as in our "allegiance to the flag of the United States of America."
National Anthem
The official patriotic hymn or song of a country. (Our National Anthem is "The Star Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key)
A love for and loyalty to one's country
The spirit of patriotism that we feel for our country.
Characteristics and traditions handed down to us by our ancestors.
The promotion of one's own nation and government regardless of moral considerations.
Symbols of America
The Flag (Stars and Stripes)
The American Eagle (strength, power, freedom)
The Pledge of Allegiance
The National Anthem
Washington D.C. and its gov't. buildings-
The Supreme Court
The Washington Monument
The Lincoln Memorial
The Library of Congress
The Capitol Building
The White House
The National Archives
The Treasury
The Jefferson Memorial
Proverbs 14:34
Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.