RELIGION IN PUBLIC LIFE

Religious rights and the role of government

Religious rights and the authority of religious advocates to practice what they preach has been a hard-fought-for and valued tradition in U.S. society.

In fact, religion has often enjoyed "deference," if not "preference," in the United States. Of course, many nations honor religious freedom in their own constitutions and other policy documents.

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POSITIVE PRESS
November 2, 1992
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