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A state imposed "secular philosophy" would be no affront to freedom of religion

The US government supposedly can't  have an offical "religion" according to the ideal of "seperation of church and state" . However, the government could impose a "secular philosophy" and this wouldn't be a seperation of church and state issue at all.

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It sounds like a secular philosophy would not allow politicians to represent the religious ideals of their constituents. Maybe if I had more detail on what a secular philosophy would entail I would have a different opinion.

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