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Loch Ness Monster

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Title: Loch Ness Monster
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Subject: Social Issues
Date: March 5, 2001
Length: 7 / 1943
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The government would be involved if they forced Americans to recite the Pledge which is a violation to the First Amendment. The framers of the Constitution did not want Americans to be forced to support any religion through taxes. Jefferson had called it “sinful and tyrannical...
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The framers of the Constitution did not want Americans to be forced to support any religion through taxes. Jefferson had called it “sinful and tyrannical.” That was one of the many reasons the two clauses were designed. In a society that included many faiths, the goal of the nation’s founders was for everyone to have religious freedom...
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