"E Pluribus Unum
: Diversity and Community in the Twenty-First Century." Scandinavian Political Studies, 2007, 30(2), 137-174.
It reads, "E Pluribus Unum
" - Latin for "Out of Many, One."
The motto on the actual seal reads E pluribus unum
, Latin for "Out of many, one." How does this parody refer to a current event?
The temporary cans even feature our late great national motto, "E PLURIBUS UNUM
The 1782 Great Seal of the United States, however, includes several Latin phrases, among them E Pluribus Unum
("Out of Many, One") and Novus Ordo Seclorum ("A New Order of the Ages").
Especially at this time of year, Americans of all religious, ethnic and social stripes are mindful of their nation's cultural richness and traditional toleration of diversity - bedrock virtues enshrined in our national motto: E pluribus unum
, "out of many, one."
One Out Of Many is another US motto and is a translation from the Latin E Pluribus Unum
. It has appeared on the Great Seal since 1782.
But it is not a translation from Latin - One Out Of Many is another US motto translated from "E Pluribus Unum
While one might perceive this as benevolent despotism, it did not prevent her from structuring a festival that epitomized the American slogan, E pluribus unum
, and set a substantial pattern for future events.