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The Constitutionality of the 1972 Amendment to Title VII's Exemption for Religious Organizations
This note will examine the constitutionality of the title VII exemption for religious associations, focusing on the extent to which the exemption is required by the free exercise clause and the extent to which it must be limited to avoid conflict with the establishment clause. The religion clauses will be considered solely in the context of the private business sector; this note will not consider the possibility that the establishment clause would require a narrower exemption for a quasi-public institution, such as a broadcast licensee or a religious association receiving public funds.
Michigan Law Review,
The Constitutionality of the 1972 Amendment to Title VII's Exemption for Religious Organizations,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol73/iss3/3
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