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April 8 in freethought history…

April 8, 1966 – For the first time in its history, TIME magazine’s cover featured no imagery; only the words “Is God Dead?” The issue was devoted to the increasing secularism of American culture, and explored possible reactions to it. … Continue reading

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August 26 in freethought history…

August 26, 1798 – France’s revolutionary National Constituent Assembly issues its Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen. Inspired by Enlightenment philosophy and earlier documents such as the American Declaration of Independence, the Declaration of the Rights … Continue reading

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