While Independence Day is dedicated to celebrating the abundant virtues of the United States of America, it's also worth taking a moment to reflect on those flashpoints in the nation's history where the country's character was tested and democracy threatened to falter. That kind of epic existential drama is, of course, a natural lure for Hollywood storytellers. > read whole article

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