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Tuesday, June 28

Establishment Clause in A Nutshell

George Will discusses the context in which the First Amendment was written, the incoherence of the recent Ten Commandments cases, and then provides the only opinion the Court should render in such cases:
"Because the display on public grounds does not do what the establishment clause was written to prevent -- does not impose a state-sponsored creed or significantly advantage or disadvantage one sect or sects -- the display is constitutional."
Why Mr. Will is not the most-quoted columnist in America continues to baffle me.

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