Where the Religious Freedom Act Fails

Where the Religious Freedom Act Fails

Fueled by news reports of religious persecution, there is much talk these days, often urgently expressed, about the need for Americans to take responsibility for the promotion and enforcement of rights to religious freedom around the world. The project has broad and enthusiastic support from legislators, within churches, and among the general population. In addition to private initiatives promoting religious freedom abroad, and in...

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Winnifred Fallers Sullivan teaches in the Religious Studies Department at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.