John Ashcroft's First Year as Attorney General

Separation of Church and State

The Ashcroft Justice Department reflects the hostility of the Religious Right for the constitutional separation of church and state, one of the First Amendment's pillars of religious liberty, and for the application of the principle of government neutrality toward religion in federal policy. Serious threats in this area have surfaced in several policy areas during Ashcroft's first year.

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