How To Restore Religious Freedom: A Debate

Chopko, Mark E.
April 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1992, Issue 22, p37
Presents the views of several academicians and law experts in the U.S. regarding the proposed Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Mark E. Chopko, general counsel of the U.S. Catholic Conference; William Bentley Ball, constitutional law specialist; Robert A. Destro, associate professor of law at the Catholic University of America., Washington, D. C.; Mary Ann Glendon, professor of law at Harvard University, Massachusetts.


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