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Gerard V. Bradley
Gerard V. Bradley is a professor of law at the University of Notre Dame and a trustee of the James Wilson Institute.
Articles by Gerard V. Bradley
The framers wrote the religion clauses of our Constitution to set the parameters for a healthy and noble balance between freedom and order.
Many Catholics are in a state of uncertainty about their relationship with the American regime.
Religion is morphing into a gauzy spirituality.
Under the leadership of Chief Justice Warren Burger, who joined it in 1969, the Supreme Court departed from the course taken during the 16-year tenure of his predecessor, Earl Warren.