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One Nation Under God begins with an accurate enough examination of Spiritual Mobilization, a radically free market and anti-New Deal group from Southern California most active in the 1940s and '50s, but fails utterly to connect the organization to the postwar trends Kruse so loathes.
The government altered the Pledge of Allegiance to incorporate "under God" and "One Nation under God" became a national motto printed on the money where it joined "E Pluribus Unum" (out of many, one) "Annuit Coeptis" (Providence favors our undertakings), and "Novus Ordo Seclorum" (a new order of the ages).
Let's not forget that it was not that long ago during the Cold War we had a stand-off between on one side the United States -- "one nation under God" -- and on the other, the Soviet Union, which upheld the teachings of Marx that "religion is the opiate of the people."
President Reagan once said that "if we ever forget that we are one Nation under God, then we will be a Nation gone under." The Reverend Billy Graham also reminded us so eloquently that, "Life without God is like an unsharpened pencil, it has no point."
Not on speaking terms." This is a frightening description of a country which once proudly proclaimed that it was "One nation under God."
For we are indeed 'one nation under God,' and 'in God we trust.'
In no other Western country does religion figure so highly in society as in the United States, where "In God We Trust" appears on bank notes and "one nation under God" is part of the national Pledge of Allegiance.
The president added, ''We are one nation under God, and we may call that God different names but we remain one nation.''
One Nation Under God! The Righteous Nation on a divine mission from God!
The story includes lessons on supporting American troops, lessons in Christian history, and the stories which give insight into the traditions of gratefulness for being "one nation under God."
During the 1950s, the phrase "In God We Trust" appeared on currency, the words "One Nation Under God" were added to the Pledge of Allegiance, and "So Help Me God" was added as a suffix to the oaths of office recited by federal justices and judges.
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, One Nation under God indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.