Creation of Religious Freedom in America - Document-Based Question

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Prompt: Where did the idea(s) for religious freedom come from and to what extent has the United States succeeded in establishing a society that fully protects religious liberty?

Here is a list of the documents:
1. An Essay concerning Toleration, John Locke (1632–1704)
2. Treatise on Toleration, Voltaire (1763)
3. Letter to the Virginia Baptists, Thomas Jefferson (1808)
4. First Amendment of U.S. Constitution (1791)
5. United States National Motto (“In God We Trust”) printed on the back of a one-dollar bill (Adopted in 1956).
6. Protestor at Ground Zero: "No 9/11 Mosque" rally
7. Bill of Rights Institute (Excerpt I)

This product goes perfectly with this DBQ Outline and rubric, which is included!
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Creation of Religious Freedom in America - Document-Based
Creation of Religious Freedom in America - Document-Based
Creation of Religious Freedom in America - Document-Based
Creation of Religious Freedom in America - Document-Based
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