Hutson examines ideas and public policies relating to the relationship between government and religion from 1607 to 1837.Hutson examines ideas and public policies relating to the relationship between government and religion from 1607 to 1837.Read Less
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New. This item is printed on demand. This book describes American ideas about and policies toward the relationship between government and religion from the founding of Virginia in 1607 to the presidency of Andrew Jackson, 1829-1837. Four principles were param.
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