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Annie Laurie Gaylor clicked through a flurry of e-mail messages warning her to repent or she would burn in hell.
"Herod," one messenger called her.
Ms. Gaylor leaned back and sipped from a cup of tea, unfazed and even a bit surprised at the relative tameness of the attacks. Fresh from her latest godless triumph, she had expected more vitriol.
"It used to be a lot worse," said Ms. Gaylor, 54, an atheist whose organization, the Freedom From Religion Foundation, recently won a suit in federal court here that declared the National Day of Prayer to be a violation of the First Amendment. "Things are changing. Society is becoming more secularized. It's becoming acceptable to be atheist and agnostic. And there are more of us."
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