Maybe ‘Live free or die’ isn’t so completely wonderful after all

Just recently we wrote about New Hampshire’s enduring motto, “Live free or die,” and how even the most mild threat to its existence (like not including it on highway-welcome signs) provokes outrage in the state. But now the Concord Monitor comes right out and asks: “Is ‘Live free or die’ ripe for retirement?” Predictably, the writer unearths a few craggy old dudes who claim they’ll do something rash if the line is ditched.

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