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Though Philadelphia ultimately hosted over two million people at the 1976 Bicentennial, the 4th of July weekend suffered from overblown expectations. In the wake of Vietnam and complicated by a polarizing mayor Frank Rizzo, the celebrations represented the promise of redeeming the economically troubled city. But it laid bare some pressing questions of America’s national identity.
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