From on High

Goldberg, Jonah
July 2005
National Review;7/18/2005, Vol. 57 Issue 13, p8
Offers a discussion about the United States Supreme Court ruling regarding the Ten Commandments. Report that the Ten Commandments can be posted on state property, but not inside public buildings; Ruling that older depictions of the Ten Commandments are less offensive than newer displays; Suggestion that only some of the commandments are offensive.


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