By Kent Greenawalt

A central issue about redundancy concerns how far the exercise of religion is simply a form of speech that is, and should be, constitutionally protected only to the extent that reaches speech generally. Insofar as a constitutional analysis leaves flexibility, we have questions about wise legislative choices. To consider these issues carefully, we need to have a sense of what counts as relevant speech and the exercise of religion. That is the focus of this article.

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Recommended Citation
Kent Greenawalt, Speech and Exercise by Private Individuals and Organizations, 72 SMU L. Rev. 397 (2019).