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Star-Spangled Banner' Favored As Anthem in Report to House". The New York Times. February 5, 1930. p. 3. AOL Radio – Listen to Free Online Radio – Free Internet Radio Stations and Music Playlists". Spinner.com. Archived from the original on May 25, 2013 . Retrieved November 9, 2013. From Vincente Minnelli's musical. While in this Missouri city try to avoid the 'St Louis Blues' as diagnosed by WC Handy in 1914. Botting, Gary Norman Arthur (1993). Fundamental freedoms and Jehovah's Witnesses. University of Calgary Press. p.27. ISBN 978-1-895176-06-3 . Retrieved December 13, 2009. a b Martell, Peter (11 January 2011). "A Song for South Sudan: Writing a New National Anthem". BBC News . Retrieved 10 July 2011.

National anthem lyrics prompt California NAACP to call for replacing song" . Retrieved November 8, 2017. Donald Trump blasts NFL anthem protesters: 'Get that son of a bitch off the field' ". The Guardian . Retrieved April 8, 2022. I mean the first solo hit for John Phillips, but to an awful lot of people it stands instead for the 1976 UK No 1 by the Dutch group Pussycat.Plea For U.S. Anthem: Giant Petition to Be Given Judiciary Committee of Senate Today". The Washington Post. January 31, 1930. p. 2. When the U.S. national anthem was first recognized by law in 1931, there was no prescription as to behavior during its playing. On June 22, 1942, the law was revised indicating that those in uniform should salute during its playing, while others should simply stand at attention, men removing their hats. The same code also required that women should place their hands over their hearts when the flag is displayed during the playing of the national anthem, but not if the flag was not present. On December 23, 1942, the law was again revised instructing men and women to stand at attention and face in the direction of the music when it was played. That revision also directed men and women to place their hands over their hearts only if the flag was displayed. Those in uniform were required to salute. On July 7, 1976, the law was simplified. Men and women were instructed to stand with their hands over their hearts, men removing their hats, irrespective of whether or not the flag was displayed and those in uniform saluting. On August 12, 1998, the law was rewritten keeping the same instructions, but differentiating between "those in uniform" and "members of the Armed Forces and veterans" who were both instructed to salute during the playing whether or not the flag was displayed. Because of the changes in law over the years and confusion between instructions for the Pledge of Allegiance versus the National Anthem, throughout most of the 20th century many people simply stood at attention or with their hands folded in front of them during the playing of the Anthem, and when reciting the Pledge they would hold their hand (or hat) over their heart. After 9/11, the custom of placing the hand over the heart during the playing of the national anthem became nearly universal. [84] [85] [86] But it’s the little-sung third stanza, which contains the line ‘No refuge could save the hireling and slave; From the terror of flight and the gloom of the grave’, that historians have deemed problematic. a b Cavanaugh, Ray (July 4, 2016). "The Star-Spangled Banner: an American anthem with a very British beginning". The Guardian . Retrieved September 27, 2017.

a b Delaplaine, Edward S. Francis Scott Key: Life and Times (1937) Reprinted by American Foundation Publications, Stuarts Draft, Virginia. 1998 (p. 154) Allen, Kevin (March 23, 2003). "NHL Seeks to Stop Booing For a Song". USA Today . Retrieved October 29, 2008.An 1844 version, “Oh, Say Do You Hear,” with lyrics by E.A. Atlee was written for the abolitionist cause. Its first stanza is as follows: Oh, say do you hear, at the dawn’s early light, The War and Treaty creates an unforgettable ballad for a veteran who is saving retired military K-9s. Clague, Mark, and Jamie Vander Broek. " Banner moments: the national anthem in American life". University of Michigan, 2014. 4. Roby, Steven (2012). Hendrix on Hendrix: Interviews and Encounters with Jimi Hendrix. Chicago: Chicago Review Press. pp.221–222. ISBN 978-1-61374-322-5.

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