Table of contents for The separation of church and state : writings on a fundamental freedom by America's founders / edited with commentary by Forrest Church.


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Contents
Introduction
1. "In Defense of Religious Liberty"			Patrick Henry 
2. "The Rights of the Colonists"			Samuel Adams
3. Baptist Appeals for Religious Liberty		Isaac Backus
4. Colonial Declarations of Rights	
Virginia					George Mason 
Massachusetts					John Adams		
5. "Memorial of the Hanover Presbytery"		Caleb Wallace
6. Notes on the State of Virginia			Thomas Jefferson
7. "Memorial and Remonstrance" 			James Madison
8. "Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom"		Thomas Jefferson
9. "The Landholder, No. 7"				Oliver Ellsworth
10. "The Rights of Conscience"			John Leland
11. Letters on Religious Laws			George Washington
12. "Farewell Address"				George Washington
13. Treaty of Tripoli-11th Article
14. "The Wall of Separation"				Thomas Jefferson
Epilogue: "Memorandum on Religious Liberty"	James Madison
Appendixes
A. Colonial Laws Bearing on Religious Liberty
B. "Virginia Statute" (original draft)			Thomas Jefferson
C. "Observations on Religious Liberty"		Richard Price
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church and state United States History 18th century Sources, Freedom of religion United States History 18th century Sources