Too-cool-for-school upper-class students at Santa Monica High scoffed when administrators in 2002 reinstated
a daily recitation of the pledge of allegiance.
Most students in the liberal enclave slouched in
their chairs and chatted over the morning ritual, which was widely viewed as a throwback to an American patriotism
that seemed outdated in the multicultural mash-up of L.A.’s Westside.
Not Stephen Miller. Every day,
the student body’s best-known and least-liked conservative activist stood at his desk, put his hand
over his heart and declared his love of country.
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