Green, Steven K.
August 2007
Albany Law Review;2007, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p1453
Academic Journal
The article discusses religious liberty as a positive and negative right. It examines the practical applications of this positive-negative right dichotomy within religion clause jurisprudence, focusing on government religious displays, government funding of religious social service programs and military chaplains.


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