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By Scott Powell, The Stream, Nov. 10, 2021

Scott Powell is senior fellow at Discovery Institute. This article is a vignette out of his acclaimed book, Rediscovering America, now available for order on Amazon. Reach him at

Scott PowellAmerica is passing through a time of unprecedented challenges where division has been heightened to a level not seen since the Civil War. The founders of the country and heroic figures from Christopher Columbus to Thomas Jefferson and George Washington have come under attack, resulting in diminution of many of our traditional holidays. Thus, Veterans Day, which was originally founded around the virtue of the cessation of hostilities in World War I rather than to commemorate any individual, should be a holiday beyond reproach.

Veterans Day had its origin at the end of World War I in 1918, a conflict that was at that time so horrendous that it was dubbed “the Great War” or “the war to end all wars,” with the United States playing the decisive role in the final victory of the Allied Powers. …

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