Matthew Litt, a practicing attorney, is a member of the United States Supreme Court Historical Society and the Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York. A graduate of Ithaca College and the University of Connecticut School of Law, he has written numerous articles about the law and the American Federal age.
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It was the greatest celebration in American history. A four day holiday, unique to the American culture, merged the American spirit and its spirituality. The author highlights the self-reliance of the American man and woman in 1945 and the extent to which they would go to help their fellow man and woman. It illustrates the important role of the newspaper in connecting the nation and shaping the American culture as it reported on the depth of the American spirit in 1945.
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