I haven't been to Canada since 1998. When I was younger, I'd drive up to Montreal or Quebec City for the weekend to enjoy another culture. For the most part, crossing the border between the United States and Canada was a breeze. Friendly border agents would wave me past after asking but a few simple questions. They'd even smile. Those days are over.
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Let's play a thought experiment. Imagine that you were born in the same place and time, to the same parents, in the same home, and that everything in your life went pretty much the same as it has except you never saw a flag, you never heard nor were required to say the Pledge of Allegiance, and you never saw or heard anything relating to or about patriotism. You grow up.