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Q: Which of the Founding Fathers wrote about the separation between church and state? A. John Jay B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. John Hancock
A: C. Thomas Jefferson wrote about the separation between church and state.
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User: Which of the Founding Fathers wrote about the separation between church and state? A. John Jay B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. John Hancock

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C. Thomas Jefferson wrote about the separation between church and state.
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