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State of the First Amendment 2007

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'07 survey shows Americans' views mixed on basic freedoms
News release Nearly two-thirds say founders intended ‘Christian nation’; support rises for limits on campaign contributions. 09.24.07

On its birthday and every day, First Amendment matters
By Gene Policinski If any one element of the First Amendment is likely to dominate public attention in 2008, it’s the first 16 words. 12.15.07

We don’t teach — or encourage — First Amendment freedoms in school
By Gene Policinski We need community and government environments where commitment to free expression and religious liberty is valued, not just recited. 09.23.07

What part of ‘secular nation’ do we not understand?
By Charles C. Haynes 2007 State of the First Amendment survey finds majority of Americans believe Founders intended and established a Christian nation — though in no way did they do so. 09.16.07

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