Religious Freedom in an Egalitarian Age
By Nelson Tebbe. Harvard University Press, 288 pages, $39.95
Mark Twain once stated "it is the difference of opinion that makes horse races." Professor Norman Tebbe has published a new book that focuses on one of the most divisive contemporary clashes of constitutional opinion: egalitarian laws protecting LGBT citizens and women's reproductive freedom versus religious traditionalists asserting rights to accommodation and dissent.
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