Why is the motto E Pluribus Unum appropriate for our country

Why is the motto E Pluribus Unum appropriate for our country

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2 months ago
Out of many, one--this is the translation of E Pluribus Unum

The US is made up of many diverse groups to include racial, ethnic, language, and religious diversity. All Americans come together, despite the differences, to become one new "nation" of people under a government they all share. 

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