I wish I had seen this post last week because it would have been a fitting subject for the 4th of July, but better late than never. It’s about the tradition of putting yellow fringe on the U. S. flag.
The upshot of it is, as the title of the post suggests, that the fringe has no significance. The Attorney General of the United States said so in 1925. I’m pretty sure this was covered in my Boy Scout flag training.
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