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Church and State

October 17, 1999

In your Oct. 9 editorial, "Religion on the Stump," reference is made to an American nondenominational tradition that arose historically from natural law so as to provide "room for official expressions of religiosity . . . but without violating the separation of church and state." Just where in our American Constitution does it say there has to be a separation of church and state?

KENNETH LARSON

Los Angeles

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