December 7, 1983
Vol. 03, Issue 13
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PAGE 28 - Commentary
The government should have a role in the promotion of religious values in the nation's schools, but not in the way that is normally discussed--by passing laws that allow prayer or a "moment of silent meditation" in the public schools. Instead, the government should concentrate on policies that provide financial aid for schools with legitimate religious-education missions.
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