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The Measure Of Americanism
To be an American is a sacred treasure
To be a loyal American is our full measure
So to work . . . . Despite dark doubt and eerie fear
By restoring American confidence far and near
The task is great. It cannot be done alone
Yet a drop of water once broke a stone!
"Renew in me a steadfast spirit, Oh God"
Might now become the American Prayer
Of President, his advisors, governors, and mayor
All a little lower than angels, and therefore, prone to err-
But as surely as the milk white snows of winter
Are washed away by the grass and green of ...