|The Constitutional Principle: Separation of Church and State|
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This section of our web site contains excerpts from The Constitution of the United States of America, a publication of the Library of Congress. The main index to the entire publication can be found at
We have republished here only the sections referencing religious issues. These sections as well as the text dealing with other First Amendment issues can be found at
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To facilitate researchers' work, the original page numbers from the paper document have been inserted to indicate page breaks.
RELIGION AND EXPRESSION
|II||Establishment of Religion |
|III||Free Exercise of Religion |
|IV||The "Absolutist" View of the First Amendment, |
with a Note on "Preferred Position"
|V||Freedom of Belief |