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29
2009
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 29 issue 3

Letters, Vol. 29, No. 3


LETTERS   Freedom of Thought When I started reading Ronald A. Lindsay’s “Freedom of Thought” (FI, February/March 2009), I was prepared for another crash course in secular humanism. I settled down for a comfortable, academic (if not a bit redundant, maybe even a bit boring)read. By the time I finished,...

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