And I’m very glad to speak onthe theme of religious liberty because events in our countryhave made it an urgent con-cern. I can sum up my remarkstonight in five simple points.
First, religious freedom is acornerstone of the Americanexperience.
This is so obviousthat once upon a time, nobodyneeded to say it. But timeshave changed. So it’s worth re-calling that Madison, Adams,Washington, Hamilton,Franklin, Jefferson – in fact,