repeated in the modern effort to bringnreligious reasoning to bear on publicnproblems. Neuhaus, while acknowledgingnthe problems Marsden describes,nis more concerned to drivenhome his twofold thesis: Holders ofntraditional Judeo-Christian beliefsnhave every right to a civil expression ofntheir views in public; modern secularistsnhave no right to make the publicnsquare off . . .
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