True or False: The phrase "under God" has always been part of the Pledge of Allegiance?

Greg 08/21/2017. 9 answers
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staisil 07/31/2017.

False

That part was added in 1954 by president Eisenhower.


Athena 08/07/2017.

False.

It was added in the 1950s.


Louie O 07/31/2017.

False, it was originally composed in 1887 and revised in 1892, the Eisenhower administration added under God in 1954.

And in 1956 the Eisenhower administration also made In God We Trust the official motto of the US.


Gawain of 07/31/2017.

I was in still in school when they put it in, and I found it offensive. I'm a Christian, BTW.


Marie K 07/31/2017.

false added in the 1950s
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Billy 07/31/2017.

No, it has not.


Gigapie 07/31/2017.

False. It was added during the Eisenhower administration.

Interesting fact that I bet most c0nservative morons don't know: The Pledge was written by an American Socialist, Edward Bellamy.


Lomax 07/31/2017.

False - the phrase was added in the fifties under the influence of McCarthyism.


Anonymous 07/31/2017.

False.

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