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How to Think About Religious Freedom



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I’m resurfacing after a couple of months of submersion in the work of the Witherspoon Institute, including our summer seminars, preparation for the American Political Science Association (canceled due to Hurricane Isaac!), and some September weeks on tour to various colleges and other venues to speak on the subject of religious liberty.  I spoke last month at Hillsdale College in Michigan, Neumann University in Aston, Pennsylvania, Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, and St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.  My thanks to all my gracious hosts.

Hillsdale has published a slightly abridged version of my lecture, “Individual, Community, and State: How to Think About Religious Freedom,” as the September issue of Imprimis.  You can see it online here, or download a PDF hereImprimis is free (in print!) on request, by the way, if you give Hillsdale your address here.



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