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    'No Establishment Clause' of the First Amendment and the 'Free Exercise Clause'

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    What is the debate between the 'No Establishment Clause' of the First Amendment and the 'Free Exercise Clause' in regards to religion?

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    Thank you for using Brainmass.com. Given that Brainmass.com cannot complete assignments for students, what I can do is provide you with a template for how your answer might look.

    First, you might want to state the portion of the First Amendment that is the subject of the discussion:

    Amendment One to the US Constitution states, in part, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...." Basically, government cannot endorse or suppress any religion.

    Next, identify the question stemming from ...

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    The solution provides advise on the debate between the 'No Establishment Clause' of the First Amendment and the 'Free Exercise Clause' in relation to the topic of faith/religion.

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