Acknowledgments Introduction Everson's History: The One (and Only?) Justification of No Aid The Sacred Canopy: Law and Lexicon of Church-State in the Founding Era Ratification of the Constitution: The "Whale's" Demands In Congress: Throwing a Tub, or Tubs, to the "Whale" Ratification: The "Whale" Satisfied The Founder's Worldview: The Sacred Canopy Explained The Meaning of the Words: Yesterday and Today Appendixes Bibliographical Essay Index
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