What bell replaced the Liberty Bell?

The Liberty Bell was replaced by the Centenial Bell in 1876. The Centenial Bell still hangs in Independence Hall to this day.
The Liberty Bell stands as a great symbol of the freedom we cherish as a nation. A bell is a very fitting symbol for freedom, ringing out with a sense of victory, celebration, and joy: Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness! The famous crack in the Bell is also a very apt symbol. Just as Thomas Jefferson kept slaves at his Montecello home while penning the Declaration of Independence; and just as this great country was built upon land seized from Native American tribes through cruel and unjust means, the Liberty Bell was flawed even as it was crafted and cracked the first time it was rung. It was melted down and recast, but it didn't sound the same, and in time it cracked again. There is trouble in our destiny. How serious is it? The bell has not shattered and did not break in half, even during the Civil War. But the fault is definitely more than a mere ding or speck in the mold. The crack now prevents the bell from ringing. That's a pretty serious condition for a bell!
The crack in the Liberty Bell represents our damaged national integrity. We proclaim life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but for whom? Can "One nation under God" expect to endure while ignoring one of the most basic tenets common to all religions, known by some as The Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you?" Can we enjoy freedom while exploiting others? Can this great experiment in democracy beat the system in such a fundamental way? Or will the freedom that so many generations of Americans have fought and died for crumble in the end?