BILL OF RIGHTS: FREEDOM OF RELIGION
Our Founding Fathers wanted to establish individual rights when they began forming a framework for government in the 1700s. Now, more than two hundred years later, the Bill of Rights continues to protect American citizens on many levels, including the right to religious freedom. In this issue, we take a look at the history of the struggle for freedom of religion in the United States - from the earliest English settlers in the 1600s to the discussion of prayer in public school today. How do we define separation of church and state? There is an activity that offers readers the chance to decide actual Supreme Court cases that have debated this very point.
Paperback 48 pgs. Full Color
Suggested for ages: 9-14
Product Code: COB0001