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September/October 2010

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Fusion

Zealous watchfulness against fusion of secular and religious activities by Government itself, through any of its instruments but especially through its...

Religious Dialogues

For What Purpose? And How Reported?

Christian Versus Muslim

Part Four in a Series

A Right to Faith?

New Hampshire Gets Two-Faced Over Homeschool

What the Constitution Means to the Citizen

The mere fact that people consider themselves civilized and enlightened is no surety of respect for human rights. The Nazi minister of justice issued a...

Crucifix Conundrums

In November 2009 the Catholic Church in Italy was faced with a "Crucifix Conundrum." Catholic crucifixes adorn every room of the public school system. In...

An Empty Gesture

Salazar v. Buono: The continuing legal saga of the cross in the desert.

Justice & Religion

A Retrospective

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Published in the September/October 2010 Magazine
by Hugo Black

Zealous watchfulness against fusion of secular and religious activities by Government itself, through any of its instruments but especially through its educational agencies, was the democratic response of the American community to the particular needs of a young and growing nation, unique in the composition of its people.

 

Justice Hugo Black, for the majority, in McCollum v. Board of Education(1948), 333 U.S. 203. 215, 216.

Author: Hugo Black

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