Tuesday is Flag Day, and to celebrate, The Spokesman-Review offers a star-spangled quiz:
A. American Revolution
B. War of 1812
C. Mexican-American War
D. Civil War
A. There are more red stripes than white stripes.
B. There are more white stripes than red stripes.
C. There are an equal number of red and white stripes.
A. A snake.
B. A pine tree.
C. The Union Jack
D. A grizzly bear
A. 25 years
B. 47 years
C. 56 years
D. 61 years
A. Millard Fillmore
B. Abraham Lincoln
C. William Howard Taft
D. Harry Truman
A. In a youth magazine
B. In the Washington Post
C. In the Congressional Record
D. Puerto Rico
A. An American president has died.
B. It’s a call for assistance.
C. It’s flown for one day before a new flag design is issued.
A. On Jan. 1 after a new state joins the union
B. On June 14 after a new state joins the union
C. On July 4 after a new state joins the union
D. Whenever Congress gets around to ordering it
A. Norman Rockwell
B. The winner of an American Legion contest
C. A New York advertising firm hired by the White House
D. A high school student for a class assignment
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