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Religious Liberty Lesson 1

Religious Liberty Lesson 1

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The Supreme Court, the First Amendment, and Belief The curriculum, Religious Liberty: The American Experiment, including a series of teacher professional development programs around the country, was made possible by generous donations from the George Washington Institute for Religious 1 Freedom.

Religious Liberty: The American Experiment Lesson 1 Two Views of Religious Liberty: Massachusetts Bay and Rhode Island

Objectives: Compare and contrast competing models of religious liberty in Massach
The Supreme Court, the First Amendment, and Belief The curriculum, Religious Liberty: The American Experiment, including a series of teacher professional development programs around the country, was made possible by generous donations from the George Washington Institute for Religious 1 Freedom.

Religious Liberty: The American Experiment Lesson 1 Two Views of Religious Liberty: Massachusetts Bay and Rhode Island

Objectives: Compare and contrast competing models of religious liberty in Massach

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Published by: Bill of Rights Institute on May 24, 2012
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The Supreme Court, the First Amendment, and BeliefThe curriculum,
ReligiousLiberty: The AmericanExperiment 
, including aseries of teacherprofessional developmentprograms around thecountry, was madepossible by generousdonations from the GeorgeWashington Institute forReligious Freedom.
 
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Religious Liberty: The American ExperimentLesson 1Two Views of ReligiousLiberty: Massachusetts Bayand Rhode Island
Objectives:Compare and contrast competingmodels of religious liberty inMassachusetts Bay and RhodeIsland.Assess the significance of each to theAmerican experiment in religiousliberty.
 
 
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Established in 1999, the Institute is a 501(c)(3) not for profit charity focused on providing educationalresources on America's Founding documents and principles for teachers and students of AmericanHistory and Civics. Our mission is to educate young people about the words and ideas of theFounders, the liberties guaranteed in our Foundingdocuments, and how our Founding principlescontinue to affect and shape a free society.

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