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Nov 4, 2003, 9:13:16 AM11/4/03
Looks like we got another wacko:
Of course, if IIRC Thomas is a fan of Robert Cord.

Justice Thomas’s concurrence. While he joined the majority opinion,
Justice Thomas wrote a separate concurrence. Justice Thomas argued that
the Establishment Clause should be applicable to the States only to a
limited extent, or perhaps not at all. See Zelman, Opinion of Thomas, J.,
concurring, at 3-5. No other Justice agreed with this extremist view that
is contrary to over sixty years of Supreme Court decisions which have
consistently held the Establishment Clause to be fully applicable to the
States. See, e.g., Zelman, Opinion of the Court at 6; Cantwell v.
Connecticut, 310 U.S. 296, 303 (1940).

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