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By John Witte Jr.
Professor of law, Emory University
The bold constitutional experiment of granting religious freedom to all remains in place, and in progress, in the United States.
Are ‘so help me God,’ inaugural prayer still appropriate?
By Charles C. Haynes
We might ask what practices are relevant and appropriate in a pluralistic nation where 84% belong to different religions and 16% have no religious affiliation.
Ill. moment-of-silence law ruled unconstitutional
Federal judge calls act 'a subtle effort to force students at impressionable ages to contemplate religion.'
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