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Life, Liberty, and Censorship?: What the First Amendment Really Says about Religion in Government

The first amendment gives freedom to teach religion

The First Amendment establishes separation between church and state, meaning that religion has no place in the government. The First Amendment’s establishment clause limits what teachers can say about religion in the classroom. Right? Actually, not so much…. Now, yes, the courts have interpreted the First Amendment to mean exactly this and thus it has […]

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