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The title of this chapter is Rage and Righteousness. Maybe a better title would be Outrage! When we awakened this morning, and turned on the radio, instead of being upset by the weather report, we were saddened by a new challenge to us and our nation, to pray or not to pray, to stand by and do nothing or, like the Founding Fathers of our Constitution, fight for Religious Freedom.A college basketball team and their coach made the unconstitutional act of praying before and after each game (although this act was wholly constitutional for 210 years until 1962). When someone spied a photo of them praying, in the newspaper, they threatened to sue the school and the coach, charging they had violated the Constitution regarding separation between Church and State. These young people and their coach were not violating the Constitution, for that Amendment was written with the sole intention by the early Founding Fathers of preventing the government from creating a State Church, which would deprive the people of the United States of the Freedom of Religion (that of choosing how and where they would worship). For the full text of First Amendment, see last page of chapter