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An examination of the impact of First Amendment jurisprudence about religion on American public policy. It offers historical and analytical insight into two centuries of judicial thinking on the meaning of the First Amendment and explores the prevailing religious freedom theories used by the judiciary to interpret the Constitution's religious clauses. Through studies of education and welfare policy, Julia Stronks reveals the continuing struggle to separate belief systems and government decision-making.