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What Is It We're Celebrating, Exactly?

Submitted by Eric Peters via EricPetersAutos.com, The Fourth of July has become like Christmas – a kind of ersatz celebration with forms but not much significance. What is it we’re celebrating, exactly? A historical event – the successful separation of the colonies from the British empire. The secession of the colonies. Their rejection of the arbitrary authority of the British king and parliament.
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