Religious Neutrality and the Government’s Freedom of Speech in the Jurisprudence of the us Supreme Court

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The issue of the use of religious symbols by the State, the Government, the Municipalities and Courts has emerged as a practical constitutional problem during the last quarter of a century. Contradictory examples of us Supreme Court jurisprudence prove that this issue is among the constitutional ‘hard cases’. The relatively recent appearance of the problem clearly indicates the ways in which American social conditions have changed and the transformation of us society’s attitude to religion.

Religious Neutrality and the Government’s Freedom of Speech in the Jurisprudence of the us Supreme Court

in Religion & Human Rights

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20

Ibid. pp. 75–78; Elizabeth A. Murphy ‘Courts Mistakenly Cross-out Memorials: Why the Establishment Clause is not Violated by Roadside Crosses’ 39 Hofstra Law Review (2011) p. 732.

21

Linknersupra note 19 pp. 78–81.

30

Ibid. p. 1724.

32

Abbottsupra note 27 p. 68.

33

Greenawaltsupra note 28 p. 74.

34

Ibid. pp. 76–77.

41

Garnettsupra note 29 p. 1718.

42

Michael McConnell‘Five Reasons to Reject the Claim that Religious Arguments Should Be Excluded from Democratic Deliberation’Utah Law Review (1999) pp. 656–657.

46

Ibid. p. 35.

50

Greenawaltsupra note 28 p. 73.

52

Ibid. pp. 232–233.

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