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Inside the First Amendment
Gay marriage, gender identity and the future of religious dissent

The rapid shift in public support for gay marriage and LGBT civil rights in Europe and the U.S. has left religious conservatives scrambling to put spokes in the fast-moving wheel of social change.
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Magna Carta
After 800 years, does the Magna Carta’s legacy of freedom persist?

The signing of the Magna Carta was a major step toward the concept of speaking truth to power in the Western world – and was neither a rock band nor has anything to do with volcanoes, both responses the other day from a quick set of man-on-the-street interviews in Washington D.C.
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Atticus Finch
Magna Carta: Crucial “building block” of law, freedom

With references to Harper Lee’s fictional attorney Atticus Finch, Judge Jerome Holmes illustrates the impact of the Magna Carta and notes the 800-year-old document’s link to the Bill of Rights.
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