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Constitution and democracy mandate separation of church, state (access required)

Once again, Center for Arizona Policy peddles its myths in an attempt to turn America from a democracy to a theocracy. The communications specialist miscommunicates in the April 24 editorial that the U.S. Constitution does not require the separation of church and state. That statement directly contradicts the Constitution and more than 200 years of ...

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