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Treatment of Christian campus group doesn’t pass smell test
Charles C. Haynes, First Amendment Center
When the U.S. Supreme Court decided Christian Legal Society v. Martinez
on June 28, was it a victory for nondiscrimination, as one side claims –
or an example of religious discrimination, as the other side argues?
“Discrimination,” it seems, is in the eyes of the beholder.
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Date Published: December 31, 1969