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    What the Star Spangled Banner means to me? Well to me it is so important because, it basically stands for what America has been through.I think it is so sweet that someone made a song for America because that shows that they really care about where they live, and that they are thankful. Also it was made for the veterans that died during any battle. I think that it is respect also, that they made a flag to go with the song. I never knew what they song was really about till I saw the video I watched in class, and the stuff I read. It really touched me because I honestly thought that it was just a song. I didn’t think that it meant so much, also I learned something that I think is so incredible. I think that the song is so incredible because…

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    During the 49ers third preseason game, quarterback Colin Kaepernick stayed seated while his teammates stood during “The Star-Spangled Banner”. This has caused a lot of controversy on whether it was disrespectful or honorable, I have to say that I mostly agree with Kaepernick’s decision. Kaepernick stated in an interview “getting paid leave for killing people. To me, this is something that has to change and when there is significant change and I feel like that flag represents what it is…

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    1.) To be an American is a privilege, it’s a true blessing to be able to live in the United States of America. Being an American is being free, being able to live the life you want. Marrying the person you want, choosing your career path, and getting an education to become the best you can be. Being an American lets you practice whatever religion you want. Doesn’t matter what color nor what culture you came from everyone is treated equally. Francis Scott Key wrote ‘The Star-Spangled Banner”…

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    The Star Spangled Banner represents freedom. The writer of the Star Spangled Banner was Francis Scott Key. The Star Spangled Banner was written during the Battle of Fort McHenry and was written for the Garrison Flag. The book, Rush Revere and the Star Spangled Banner by Rush Limbaugh, talks about the Star Spangled Banner and how it came to be. The song was written by Francis Scott Key, while he was on a British warship, trying to free his friend. His friend was named an American Doctor named…

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    The American flag was made to unify the states and the stars are a symbol of the unified states. The flag was made to show independence for our newly independent nation. The United States has gone through many battles and our flag was still standing strong supporting our nation and the people fighting for it. The American flag represents justice, humanity, freedom, courage, integrity, equality and liberty. It is a sign of unity and pride for the people of the United States. The colors stand for…

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    As the national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner is more than familiar to Americans. Most of the time, we feel a sense of patriotism when the tune rises. Usually, our society confirms that the lyrics of the national anthem promote a sense of praise for our nation. This makes people rarely examine what other messages our national anthem wants to pass to us. However, Jimi Hendrix, the renowned rock guitarist from the late 1960s, interpreted our national anthem in a very different perspective. He…

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    Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, stayed seated during the national anthem while the members of his team stood with their hands over their hearts. He received much hate but also support from people. I agree with his actions because of his purpose for it. Kaepernick says this protest is for the innocent black men being shot while the police just get a paid leave for their actions. Standing up during “The Star-Spangled Banner” shows a sign of respect to the men that fought…

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    Do you know what the national anthem is? Our national anthem is The Star Spangled Banner, it is written by Francis Scott Key, who was a lawer and poet. The Star Spangled Banner was made our national anthem 75 years ago. Our national anthem was first written as a poem and then written as a song. The poem was written in War of 1812. Key was sent to two British ships to make the British release an American prisoner. They agreed to set the prisoner free, but Key overheard a conversasion that they…

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    especially music can be altered heavily but the context in which they are presented. The way a piece of music is framed or the environment in which it is presented can affect the meaning behind it as well the way it received by the audience. Looking at a famous piece of work such as the United States National anthem the Star Spangled Banner, one can see that there are countless altered versions, each with their own (fill in blank). The Star Spangled Banner is a classic piece of music that can…

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    The star spangled banner became the U.S national anthem 75 years ago. many people don't know what it actually means. It was originally a poem. It was written by lawyer and amateur poet Francis Scott Key during the war 1812. It became the U.S anthem 75 years ago. Britain's navy repeatedly invaded U.S. ships and impressed American sailors to fight on the British side, disrupting U.S trades. On September 3,1814 with permission of James Madison, while the war still raged Francis boarded a British…

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