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Separation of Church and State

Summary: anyone can see that the issue regarding separation of church and state has numerous and very complex arguments on both sides. And until religion can find a neutral place in public schools a resolution will never be made.
For being the land of the free and the home of the brave, we are an indecisive society when it comes to our freedoms. Though very few major issues have created so much controvery as those concerning the separation of church and state; or more specifically, the church/religion's place in the public school system. The one argument that has, and does still serve as the foundation for my opinion, as well as those opinions of people opposed to involving church and "state," has been reliant on the opening phrase of the First Amendment of the US Constitution - the establishment clause. This states "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion..." and the Supreme Court interprets this as saying there must be a "wall" of separation between church and state, as it applies to the public school system.

Although there have been arguments supported well...

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