Thursday, January 08, 2004

Read the excellent column on secularism in American politics in today's New York Times.

That's what I just did. link Sample:
Today, many voters, of many religious beliefs, might well be receptive to a candidate who forthrightly declares that his vision of social justice will be determined by the "plain, physical facts of the case" on humanity's green and fragile earth. But that would take an inspirational leader who glories in the nation's secular heritage and is not afraid to say so.

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