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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
What He Said
"It is not the business of government in our nation to suppress real or imagined attacks upon a particular religious doctrine, whether they appear in publications, speeches, or motion pictures," Justice Tom C. Clark wrote in Joseph Burstyn Inc. v. Wilson (1952).