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Guest Host: Susan Page
The separation of church and state has been a matter of debate in this country since the days of the Founding Fathers. Author Susan Jacoby presents her research on the history of American secularism.
- Susan Jacoby Author, "Freethinkers" (Metropolitan Books). She is director for the NYC area chapter of The Center for Inquiry.
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