February 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb1999, Issue 90, p72
Presents Judge James L. Graham's ruling in the case `American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio v. Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board,' which focuses on the controversy over the role of religion in public life. Controversy over the choice of Ohio's state motto; Legal basis for banning the establishment of state religion in the United States; Religious nature of the founding fathers and their documents.


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