I'm not even sure if you're talking about the last question on the quiz; this wording is so clumsy. But, if you are... ct is right for once... the Constitution only guarantees that Congress will make no laws respecting religions or the free exercise of them... this protection is commonly referred to as the freedom of religion, and it is understood to preclude the government from banning any religions as well as preventing them from establishing any official religion. So... of course... Americans are free to practice, or not practice, any religion they choose. That's covered. But what is "freedom of secularism" anyway? That's not a thing.
Besides if you start typing in this odd phrase you've come up with, you'd get the answer anyway before you got that far.
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