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Sep
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1980

The Night I Saw the Light


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 0 issue 0
By Gina Allen
The Night I Saw the Light by Gina Allen I first saw the light one night when I was sixteen years old. It was initially a very small light - the beam from the flashlight that enabled me to read under the bedcovers when I was supposed to be sleeping....

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Sep
30
1980

Atheism Is Not a Civil Rights Issue


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 0 issue 0
By DJ Grothe and Austin Dacey
HUMANIST ACTIVISM Atheism Is Not a Civil Rights Issue DJ Grothe and Austin Dacey On the steps of City Hall, throngs of college students in bandannas and T-shirts press against a tightening police cordon, chanting, "Hell? No, we won't go! Hell? No, we won't go!" On the outskirts of the...

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Sep
30
1980

The Limits of Tolerance


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 16 issue 1
By Paul Kurtz
Tolerance has certain limits, however, that a reflective humanist will grant applies to the principle, for it is not an absolute.

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