Oup Usa (2018)

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Kevin Vallier
Bowling Green State University
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Religious exemptions have a long history in American law, but have become especially controversial over the last several years. The essays in this volume address the moral and philosophical issues that the legal practice of religious exemptions often raises.
Keywords religious exemptions  freedom of religion
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