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31. Raven: A Journal of Vexillology: Volume > 16
Contributors
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Anne M. Platoff The Russian Federation
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Anne M. Platoff Conclusion
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Anne M. Platoff Federal Subjects
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Current Symbols of Federal Subjects
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Index
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Anne M. Platoff Colors Used in the Flags
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Scot Guenter Juxtaposing Symbols in Civil Religion: The Lady and the Flag
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In this paper the leading proponent of observing the flag as the centerpiece of the country’s civil religion explores how Sarah Palin, the 2008 vice-presidential candidate, embodied the archetypes of the female essence of America—Good Mother, the Woman Warrior, and the Sex Goddess—all juxtaposed with the American flag. The paper is extensively illustrated.
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Anne M. Platoff Soviet Children’s Flags
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In the Soviet Union (1922-1991) small flags designed for and used by children were more than just toys. Deep scholarship and extensive illustrations of flags from the author’s collection show how such flags played a significant role in the socialization of Soviet children.
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Peter Ansoff Flags of the State Navies in the Revolutionary War: A Critical Overview
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During the Revolutinalry War, ten states created their own navies, separate and distinct from the Continental Navy organized by Congress, to fight the British. Categorized into “blue water,” “brown water,” and “minor” navies, they played an important role in the Revolutionary War and the development of the nation’s early flags.