...and the other eight percent said `less filling.'

Kageleiry, Jamie; Schultz, Christine
July 1993
Yankee;Jul93, Vol. 57 Issue 7, p38
Presents a poll of New Hampshire adults by the Survey Center at the University of New Hampshire on the purpose of Fourth of July celebrations. Sixty percent on the commemoration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence; Two percent on the signing of the Constitution; Six percent on the Revolutionary War; Fourteen percent on the symbolization of freedom; Unsure ten percent.


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