Since Sept. 11, Line Blurs Between Church And State

12/10/2001 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Schools in the South in particular are defying U.S. Supreme Court rules banning religious items in public schools. By obliquely tying patriotism to Christianity, schools and government buildings in the Bible Belt are displaying copies of the Ten Commandments, much to the consternation of watchdog groups.

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