George W. Bush transformed the composition of the federal courts through eight years of judicial appointments. The judges he appointed have wrought striking changes in the law, including Establishment Clause jurisprudence. In light of these changes, protectors of the wall of separation between church and state must reexamine their strategic approach to defending our secular democracy
Derek Araujo, Esq., Vice President and General Counsel of the Center for Inquiry (CFI). Introduced by Ken karp
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