Big Ten

Rosen, Jeffrey
March 2005
New Republic;3/14/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 9, p13
Discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's debate over the constitutionality of displaying the Ten Commandments in government buildings. Question over how Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who believes the government should stay neutral towards religion, will vote; Views on religion and government from Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and William Rehnquist; Details of a Ten Commandments monument in Austin, Texas, which is part of a collection of monuments to historical documents; Similar display in Kentucky, intended to demonstrate the inseparable connection between Kentucky law and Christian principles, that was deemed unconstitutional.


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