54 Am. J. Juris. 41 (2009)
The article discusses the inclusion of the free exercise of religion among a society's constitutional guarantees in the U.S. It cites Christopher Eisgruber and Lawrence Sager, authors of the book "Religious Freedom and the Constitution," who hold that religion does not deserve constitutional mention on account of any special value. It disputes this view and states that religion does deserve constitutional mention and that the constitution should protect a citizen's right to practice his or her religion.
John M. Finnis,
Does Free Exercise of Religion Deserve Constitutional Mention?,
54 Am. J. Juris. 41 (2009).
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