The American Constitutions and Religion: Religious References in the Charters of the Thirteen Colonies and the Constitutions of the Forty-eight States : a Source Book on Church and State in the United States
The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 1938 - Law - 142 pages
A valuable resource for students of church-state relations, this painstakingly assembled anthology lists every passage with a religious reference in the charters of the thirteen colonies and constitutions of forty-eight states. The quotes are organized chronologically by state. Moehlman also includes a useful introduction that provides an overview of church-state relations from the colonial period to the 1930s.
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