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70 years ago Walter Plywaski fought for atheists' right to become citizens – here's why his story is worth remembering

By Kristina M. Lee, Ph.D. Candidate in Rhetoric, Colorado State University
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Polish-born Holocaust survivor paved the way for atheists to refuse pledge to God in citizenship oath. But discrimination against nonreligious Americans remains.

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