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12.05.05

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Falwell urges followers to defend Christmas from 'grinches'
'Many officials erroneously believe it's unconstitutional to celebrate Christmas,' says Liberty Counsel president.    12.01.05


Merry fill-in-the-blank: fighting over the December dilemma
By Charles C. Haynes From Maine to California, Americans are arguing more than ever about how to celebrate the season of 'peace on earth, goodwill toward men.'   12.19.04


December dilemma: What should schools do about Christmas?
By Charles C. Haynes Celebrating Christmas as a nonreligious pop-culture extravaganza is a doomed strategy.   11.16.03


A Parent's Guide to Religion in the Public Schools
   02.10.03


A Teacher's Guide to Religion in the Public Schools
   02.10.03


Religious holidays
   09.16.02


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Ga. House moves to protect 'Merry Christmas'

Bill says state, local governments can't prohibit public employees from uttering celebratory sentiments concerning public holidays. 02.05.06

Christmas symbols back on display in Oklahoma City office
Holiday roundup: Items from around the nation about official displays, recognition of December religious holidays. 12.25.07

Christmas wars in schools: The First Amendment solution
By Charles C. Haynes Religious significance of December holidays shouldn't be banned from school activities — but neither should it dominate. 11.12.06

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