42 DePaul L. Rev. 253 (1992)
Is the First Amendment hostile to religion? Answering that question requires at least the usual professorial ration of caveats. I assure you that I will directly answer the question. I submit, though, that the caveats constitute a more important, deeper response, a response which questions the question itself. Were I more radical in my intellectual sympathies, I would propose to deconstruct the question.
Gerard V. Bradley,
Protecting Religious LIberty: Judicial and Legislative Responsibilities,
42 DePaul L. Rev. 253 (1992).
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