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Man Without A Country

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The Man Without a Country tells the story of an American army officer on trial for treason during the Civil War and is subsequently sentenced to spend the rest of his life at sea. This beloved classic was originally written in 1863 to stimulate the love of country which the war was putting to a very severe test. Today we know that the story is allegorical, with a lesson of the value of patriotism that will be kept alive in our hearts so long as the "Stars and Stripes" are the symbols of freedom.

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