20 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 129 (2005-2006)
One Nation under God, Indeed: The Ninth Circuit's Problematic Decision to Change Our Pledge of Allegiance

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ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDEED: THE
NINTH CIRCUIT'S PROBLEMATIC
DECISION TO CHANGE OUR PLEDGE OF
ALLEGIANCE
TARA P. BEGLIN1
The Pledge of Allegiance
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. 2
 Candidate for LL.M. in Health Law, St. Louis University School of Law, May 2006;
J.D., St. John's University School of Law, June 2005; B.A. Economics and Psychology,
Manhattan College, June 2003. The author would like to thank her husband, her parents,
and her sisters and brother for all of their love and support, and the staff of the Journal of
Legal Commentary for all of their hard work.
2 4 U.S.C.  4 (1998).

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