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James H. Hutson
James H. Hutson is chief of the manuscript division at the Library of Congress and author of Religion and the Founding of the American Republic (Library of Congress).
Articles by James H. Hutson
Matthew Stewart is exercised over the effort of Christian historians and apologists to depict the leaders of the American Revolution as “paragons of piety, even miniature deities,” thus disguising the truth that the founders were deist
Investigating the radical, unprecedented divorce of church from state that the Court has decreed since 1947.