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Federal Court Ruling and the Pledge of Allegiance
A Federal Appeals Court ruled two to one that reciting the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional in public schools because of the phrase "one nation under God." In the article regarding the use of the phrase "under God" there are three main issues addressed. One is the question of whether or not the phrase violates The Establishments Clause of the United States Constitution in regards to the separation of church and state. Second, is the question of whether or not the use of the phrase permits religious discrimination. The third issue here is whether the phrase is an attempt by the state, or government, to impose a theological doctrine, or specific religious content, on an individual. It was one of the most closely watched church-state cases in the Court's history: a legal challenge to include the phrase "under God" in public school recitations of the Pledge of Allegiance.…
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