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3/16/10: Freedom from Religion

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By Doug Fabrizio

Salt Lake City, Utah – How far should nations go to protect themselves from extreme political groups? University of Utah law professor and counterterrorism expert Amos Guiora suggests that some of the most sacrosanct ideas in Western culture should be reconsidered. His book is called "Freedom from Religion," and in it, he says that we should limit religious practice and extremist speech in the name of security. Tuesday, he joins Doug to make his argument.

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