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This photo provided by Liberty Institute shows people gathering beneath a 7-foot-tall World War I memorial cross on a rocky hilltop within a national park at its rededication in the Mojave Desert community of Cima, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. An earlier cross had stood on the site since the 1930s, before being deemed unconstitutional and removed because it stood on public land. The site is now in private hands as part of a land swap with the National Park Service that ended the longstanding legal dispute, which had become entangled in the thorny issues of patriotism and religion. (AP Photo/Liberty Institute)

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This photo provided by Liberty Institute shows people gathering beneath a 7-foot-tall World War I memorial cross on a rocky hilltop within a national park at its rededication in the Mojave Desert community of Cima, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. An earlier cross had stood on the site since the 1930s, before being deemed unconstitutional and removed because it stood on public land. The site is now in private hands as part of a land swap with the National Park Service that ended the longstanding legal dispute, which had become entangled in the thorny issues of patriotism and religion. (AP Photo/Liberty Institute)
This photo provided by Liberty Institute shows people gathering beneath a 7-foot-tall World War I memorial cross on a rocky hilltop within a national park at its rededication in the Mojave Desert community of Cima, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. An earlier cross had stood on the site since the 1930s, before being deemed unconstitutional and removed because it stood on public land. The site is now in private hands as part of a land swap with the National Park Service that ended the longstanding legal dispute, which had become entangled in the thorny issues of patriotism and religion. (AP Photo/Liberty Institute)
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