Why is the American flag so important?


The American flag represents the United States of America. It has thirteen equal horizontal stripes of red and white that alternate. It also contains a blue square with fifty stars representing the fifty states. The American flag is so important because it represents who we are. The thirteen stripes represent the original thirteen colonies that declared their Independence from Great Britain and were the first states. The flag was used to symbolize American nationalism and reject secessionism.
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