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The Supreme Court on religious freedom

The Supreme Court term ended in late June with an avalanche of headline-grabbing decisions. The justices announced important, even landmark, rulings in cases involving police interrogation tactics, criminal-sentencing procedures, Internet pornography, public access to the decision-making processes of high-level executive branch officials, and-of course-the rights of suspected enemy combatants detained in the course of the current wars....

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About the Author

Richard W. Garnett is professor of law and associate dean of the University of Notre Dame Law School.