A sultry summer day, plenty of potato salad, sparklers, and dazzling bursts of color at the evening fireworks are all part of 4th of July fun. Although the concept of freedom underlying Independence Day as a philosophical construct was a bit abstract for my thoughts as a child growing up in the United States, I had no doubt about its importance from listening to my father, a Korean War veteran, speak in reverent tones about the privilege of living in a free country.
Xenia Kamlookhine (1894-1980), Untitled, 1964, American (born Russia). Oil on canvas. 120 × 89.5 cm. Courtesy of the Milwaukee Art Museum (http://mam.org/), Milwaukee, Wisconsin; gift of the Bradley Family Foundation, M1992.147. Photo credit: John R. Glembin.
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