From its founding, America has been celebrated as nation grounded in the principals of freedom of religion and separation of church and state. But skeptics question the secularism of laws and policies that mirror religious values, such as those that outlaw same-sex marriage and protect prayer in school, and the influence of traditional religious organizations in American politics. Are the ideals of a secular state being upheld in American law and policy, or is the United States just too damn religious?
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- Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School and the Legal Affairs Editor of the New Republic
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