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Ed Harris (Venezia)
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Date Posted: 12:56:21 12/12/04 Sun
In reply to: Jim (Canada) 's message, "Canadian schools in the 1950's" on 06:14:41 12/12/04 Sun
Frankly, these things have disappeared from Britain, too, so don't worry about it! Even at my rather old fashioned public school we sang the Anthem only on important public occasions, and the flag was conspicious by its absense, with the school instead flying the school's coat of arms, granted, would you believe, in 1656, and whose motto is "serve and obey". I was always rather disturbed by the fact that this was also Mussolini's national motto.
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