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John Quiggin

As you say, you don't look at the history. But it seems way off the mark to me.

On the one hand, there's Jefferson "the United States is in no sense founded on the Christian religion". On the other hand, "in God We Trust" added to all national currency in 1955
And in the UK, Dover Beach

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