Susan Jacoby

journalist and author

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Author of The Age of American Unreason, Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism and, most recently, The Great Agnostic: Robert Ingersoll and American Freethought; former writer of the "Spirited Atheist" column for the Washington Post and former program director of the Center for Inquiry-New York City, a rationalist think-tank

 

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The  Gallup Poll  says more than 90 percent of Americans believe in some kind of God, but more and more don't identify with any particular denomination.

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The  Gallup Poll  says more than 90 percent of Americans believe in some kind of God, but more and more don't identify with any particular denomination.

Is America More Religious than Ever?

The Gallup Poll says more than 90 percent of Americans believe in some kind of God, but more and more don't identify with any particular denomination.

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School boards often toil outside the spotlight, but that has not been case recently for the  Texas State Board of Education .

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School boards often toil outside the spotlight, but that has not been case recently for the Texas State Board of Education .

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