Dutch and English Influence on the Constitution
Mau VanDuren talked about his book Many Heads and Many Hands: James Madison’s Search for a More Perfect Union, in which he argues that American constitutional values, such as freedom of religion and separation of church and state, stem from the early values of Dutch and English colonists as well as from Puritans and a religious group known as the Separatists. close
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William diGiacomantonio Chief Historian U.S. Capitol Historical Society
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