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