The Bible, the School, and the Constitution: The Clash that Shaped Modern Church-State Doctrine
Steven K. Green tells the story of the nineteenth-century School Question, the nationwide debate over the place and funding of religious education, and how it became a crucial precedent for American thought about the separation of church and state.
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