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This weekend as we celebrate the 4th of July, millions of Americans will have cookouts, go swimming, play corn-hole, and watch fireworks. A few of them will actually pause for a moment to reflect upon what the day is all about.
Of course, the 4th of July is our national Independence Day, memorializing the day our Founding Fathers declared their independence from Great Britain.
This became the official start of the Revolutionary War and eventually led to our emergence as the most prosperous country the world has ever seen.
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