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Do students in public schools have to say the pledge of allegiance? No, absolutely not. It is unarguably clear that students do not have to say the pledge or stand when others do. That's true in all 50 states, and has been since 1943. Students were given the right to follow their conscience in a U.S. Supreme Court case called West Virginia Board of Education v. Barnette.   So if your conscience tells you not to recite the pledge don't do it. No one can legally stop you unless they want to break the First and 14th Amendments. So why...
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