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ChronologyIntroduction & NotesFurther ReadingTranslator's Note--Democracy in AmericaNotes--Two Weeks in the Wilderness--Excursion to Lake Oneida
It is axiomatic to argue the Founding Fathers had enormous respect for religion, believed firmly that human rights originated from a divine being, and accepted that democracy would benefit from a moral citizenry who believed in God. So why does the Constitution make no mention of a divine being? Mos...