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February 10 in freethought history…

February 10, 1843 - Publisher and social reformer Richard Carlile dies in London, aged 52. He crusaded for universal suffrage, for equal rights for men and women, and against child labor. A Deist-turned-atheist, he published and distributed the works of Thomas … Continue reading

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November 20 in freethought history…

November 20, 1946 – Everson v Board of Education is argued before the Supreme Court of the United States. At issue was the legality of local school boards to reimburse parents for transportation of children to private, religious schools. The Court … Continue reading

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