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Can We All Agree?


Melissa Moschella writes:

We live in a highly pluralistic society that includes people of many different faiths and of no faith at all. If we are to live together peacefully and cooperate for the common good, we should seek all possible alternative routes before choosing a path toward public goals that rides roughshod over conscientious beliefs, even beliefs with which we strongly disagree.

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