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The forms and rapidity of its progress will be determined to a large degree by the strength and resolute participation of the party in its struggles and experiences, and its concentration upon promoting the economic and social interests of the Negro masses. Jefferson was simply using a metaphor corollary to the First Amendment to reassure the Danbury Baptist Association that America practices religious freedom.

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