Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Mary Ann Glendon and the Structure of Religious Freedom

Richard W. Garnett writes about religious freedom in today’s column on the Witherspoon Institute’s Public Discourse:

“The problem [Mary Ann] Glendon and [Raul] Yanes identified—namely, that an excessively expansive (and ahistorical) understanding of the establishment of religion and an unduly narrow understanding of religious exercise combine to compress and constrict the freedom of religion—was and still is real and pressing.”
Read the entire article here.

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