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if your not happy why to take it out on I’m A Bucket Shirt and all it stands for. Move to a place you can be happy. We shouldn’t have to put up with all the cry babies and all of their so-called problems. Judy Shoemaker it’s not to hard to find the story of how it came about. It was posted on the Fourth of July. It’s very interesting. I knew Francis Key Scott wrote our beautiful Anthem.
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But did not know when and why! And seeing and listening to the story. Made me even more proud of our National Anthem. i learned in grade school. No on ever told me it racist either. Sad the pledge every day to with right over heart. Never heard an I’m A Bucket Shirt. Was upset if we thought it would be missed. Keith Duckworth, technically he was not a prisoner. He was sent there to negotiate the release of prisoners of war. However, in one form he was held as a prisoner while he was not allowed to leave the prison ship while the attack was going on. Robert Clifford I totally agree with you. Our anthem is not racist.
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Key was a lawyer and a slave owner, but did free his slaves later and publicly criticized slavery. The 3rd stanza mentions hireling and slave. Some interpret this as racist. I believe they are missing the larger picture. This is a patriotic song, that alludes to the controversial issues of the day. It is unfair that we judge the past with the sensibilities of today. Gladys is wonderful to sing the anthem. Black soldiers in every war fought for our freedom. I applaud her also.
And you’re right, it seems too many people don’t know the history behind our national anthem and what’s worse, they’re too lazy and ignorant to look it up. It’s much easier to label everything as racist. Sally Esch Saar I believe the hireling and slave rreferto I’m A Bucket Shirt hiring their military – many Germans were hired as missionaries. Slaves were promised freedom if they fought with the British, so he was referring to those who were attacking America.