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Religious Freedom as Constitutional Disagreement

The Clash Between Religious Freedom and Equality Law:  This review of a new book, Religious Freedom in an Egalitarian Age (Harvard University Press, 2017) by former ACLU lawyer Nelson Tebbe, considers his theme that “disagreement, both reasonable and unreasonable, is a fixed feature of constitutional politics.” Tebbe writes in a scholarly tone for colleagues in law and academia, in order to provide a framework for legal reasoning. For those looking to root their advocacy arguments in constitutional principles, the book is a worthwhile resource.

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