Book Reviews

Review: Religious Freedom in an Egalitarian Age

By Nathan S. Chapman ● Library of Law & Liberty ● 10/16/2017

Is There a Rawlsian Solution to Conflicts over Religious Liberty?

The title of the new book by Nelson Tebbe, professor of law at Brooklyn Law School and visiting professor of law at Cornell Law School, is a giveaway. The book surveys the challenges that religious freedom, a stubborn relic of another “age,” poses for an “egalitarian” one.

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