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- Introduction: Religious Pluralism as the Essential Foundation of America’s Quest for Unity and Order Derek H. Davis
- The Founding Era (1774–1797) and the Constitutional Provision for ReligionJohn F. Wilson
- Eighteenth-Century Religious Liberty: The Founding Generation’s Protestant-Derived UnderstandingBarry Alan Shain
- Church and State in Nineteenth-Century AmericaSteven K. Green
- Religious Advocacy by American Religious Institutions: A HistoryMelissa Rogers
- Constitutional Language and Judicial Interpretations of the Free Exercise ClauseBette Novit Evans
- The U.S. Supreme Court and Non-First Amendment Religion CasesRonald B. Flowers
- The Meaning of the Separation of Church and State: Competing ViewsDaniel L. Dreisbach
- Managed Pluralism: The Emerging Church–State Model in the United States?Nikolas K. Gvosdev
- Religious Liberty and Religious Minorities in the United StatesElizabeth A. Sewell
- Religious Symbols and Religious Expression in the Public SquareT. Jeremy Gunn
- Religious Liberty as a Democratic InstitutionTed G. Jelen
- Pursuit of the Moral Good and the Church–State Conundrum in the United States: The Politics of Sexual OrientationAndrew R. Murphy and Caitlin Kerr
- Monitoring and Surveillance of Religious Groups in the United StatesJames T. Richardson and Thomas Robbins
- The U.S. Congress: Protecting and Accommodating ReligionAllen D. Hertzke
- The Christian Right and Church–State IssuesClyde Wilcox and Sam Potolicchio
- American Religious Liberty in International PerspectiveJohn Witte, Jr.