I've read that 60 years ago, Southern Baptists were THE force behind "Americans United for Separation of Church and State". Whereas today, the denomination doesn't seem to put much value on keeping politics and religion separate. Is it because when America was young, Baptists still stung from attacks on -them- by other faiths, which were in good with pre-US governments? Also, immigration by Roman Catholics had everyone worried they'd be taxed to support Catholic schools. Is this the case? What happened?