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Today in History, from the Library of Congress

Today in History, from the Library of Congress, chronicles the terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001. It is a massive resource, carefully saved and documented for all of us.

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  1. […] As noted here yesterday, September 11 is Patriot Day and the American flag was ordered to half-staff for the day. In Texas, Governor Perry signed the proclamation making it a day for the Texas flag to fly at half-staff, too, but regardless of the Governor’s orders, all other flags should have been lowered because of the U.S. Flag Code, Section 7(c). That section states that no other flags are allowed to fly higher than the American flag, which means—when the American flag is lowered—the others must be, as well. […]

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