According to the first amendment, government may neither encourage nor discourage the practice of religion generally, nor may it give preference to one religion over another.

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    Alexander Hamilton was very concerned about what might occur if the Constitution wasn’t adopted. He had seen firsthand the difficulties this country faced with the weak plan of government created by the Articles of Confederation. He worried that our financial issues would make it difficult for us to succeed as a country. He worried about our government being able to keep order at home. He feared we would continue to be viewed as a weak ...
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