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Published in: Contemporary Philosophy Vol. XXVI, No 1 & 2, Jan/Feb & Mar/Apr 2004


Defining religion as morality, Thomas Jefferson considered religion essential for the unity of the United States. His casual wall metaphor is not representative of his thinking and, therefore, should not be a basis for constitutional interpretation.

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