The Federal Courts, a Menorah, and the Ten Commandments

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Whose Religious Iconography Is Constitutional?

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A recent phenomenon in the United States is that no one knows any longer to what extent the country, our states, or our municipalities can participate in the display of such traditional religious symbols as crèches, crosses, menorahs, or even the Ten Commandments.

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