Centuries Later, Religious Freedom Debate Rages On
More than 200 years after Thomas Jefferson and James Madison launched the freedom of religion v. freedom from religion debate, Monday's U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing prayer at government meetings suggests the Jeffersonians and Madisonians remain in a dead heat, observers said.
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