An American flag decorates a picket fence in Londonderry, N.H., in this 2012 file photo. As it nears another birthday, America is forging the outlines of a new century. The country is moving with remarkable speed to cast aside some of the traditions and mores that dominated American life for centuries.
An American flag decorates a picket fence in Londonderry, N.H., in this 2012 file photo. As it nears another birthday, America is forging the outlines of a new century. The country is moving with remarkable speed to cast aside some of the traditions and mores that dominated American life for centuries. Cheryl Senter New York Times
An American flag decorates a picket fence in Londonderry, N.H., in this 2012 file photo. As it nears another birthday, America is forging the outlines of a new century. The country is moving with remarkable speed to cast aside some of the traditions and mores that dominated American life for centuries. Cheryl Senter New York Times

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