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Thomas Jefferson, who ... advocated a "wall of separation" between church and state, once was asked why  he attended church, since he rejected traditional Christianity.  He replied that as [P]resident he felt obliged to show public support for religion. "No nation has ever yet existed or been governed without religion," he said. "Nor can be."
by Joseph Loconte, in GOVERNMENT & RELIGION: HAVE FAITH     The Heritage Foundation 1/31/01

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Page 1 of 3. "COLONIAL EDUCATION" Report Materials: 
Page 2 of 3. More AMERICANA: Presidents & Founders: If this loads slow, see pgs 1-4 below.
                                  Founders pg 1.   Founders pg 2. Founders pg 3.   Founders pg 4.  .
   Page 2A of 3. President Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation of 1863. 
   Page 2B of 3. John Hancock's Thanksgiving Proclamation as Governor of Massachusettts.  
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