I Believe There Is Nothing They Won’t try

As the Fourth of July draws nigh, a columnist at the Kennebec Journal muses upon the challenge of learning to be an American. On the Skowhegan mascot argument, school board member Howard Bigelow is quoted as saying “I believe there is nothing they won’t try.” “They” are presumably the members of Maine’s Indian tribes who are trying to get the district to change to a less offensive mascot. Bigelow added, ” I think they have enough problems on the reservation and in their own lives. Why are they pursuing this?”


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