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Does a 40-Foot-High Latin Cross Erected to Honor WW I Veterans Violate the Establishment Clause?

In this case, the Court has an opportunity to clarify the meaning of the Establishment Clause in the context of a 40-foot cross erected as a memorial to fallen World War I soldiers. Is the monument a permissible civic recognition of fallen war veterans or an impermissible advancement and promotion of Christianity?

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