BLADENSBURG, Md. — To Steven Lowe, who drives past it routinely, the nearly century-old, 40-foot concrete structure in the middle of a traffic circle plainly is a Christian cross, a religious symbol the American Humanist Association argues doesn’t belong on government property.

To Mary Ann LaQuay, the “Peace Cross” that bears the name of her late uncle, Thomas N. Fenwick, and 48 other men who died in World War I, is “not a symbol for

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