The result is equally as good as Take the Kids Off Broadway, if a bit more clear eyed. The focused sessions cut down on some of Foxygen's tendency to sprawl out on tape, and Swift's drumming injects a soulful groove into Rado and France's top notch songwriting. "No Destruction" is a barroom stroll with LSD tracers, like the Stones' Sticky Fingers and Between the Buttons sharing the same record grooves. "Oh Yeah" is a summertime love in taking place on a light up disco floor; "San Francisco" is the kind of baroque classic that one would think only the Left Banke could manage.
But to say that the Founders did not include Christians who wanted to establish a Christian state is also wrong. Even back then Jefferson was a figure of controversy. And in some parts of the country, the established church continued to exercise power over government. It wasn't until the 19th century that the Congregational Church was forced to loosen its grip on the affairs of Connecticut.