|1||Introduction: The Creation of an American Metaphor||1|
|2||The President, a Mammoth Cheese, and the “Wall of Separation”: Jeffersonian Politics and the New England Baptists||9|
|3||“Sowing Useful Truths and Principles”: Thomas Jefferson and the Danbury Baptist Association||25|
|4||“What the Wall Separates”: A Jurisdictional Interpretation of the “Wall of Separation”||55|
|5||Early References to a “Wall of Separation”: Prefiguring the Jeffersonian Metaphor||71|
|6||Creating “Effectual Barriers”: Alternative Metaphors in Defense of Religious Liberty||83|
|7||“Useful Truths and Principles… Germinate and Become Rooted” in the American Mind: Jefferson's Metaphor Enters Political and Juridical Discourse||95|
|8||Conclusion: The Re-Creation of Church-State Law, Policy, and Discourse||107|
|Appendices: Documents from the Papers of Thomas Jefferson||129|
|1||Proclamation Appointing a Day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer, May 1774||131|
|2||Address to the Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Anne, 1774||132|
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Publication information: Book title: Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation between Church and State. Contributors: Daniel L. Dreisbach - Author. Publisher: New York University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2002. Page number: ix.
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