Con to the question "Should the Words "under God" Be in the US Pledge of Allegiance?"
"'Under God' may be only two words, but they reflect a pervasive pattern of government behavior the suppresses the development of atheistic and nontheistic beliefs. The words limit, rather than promote, religious pluralism."
Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, Summer 2003
Experts JD's (lawyers), US Presidents, federal appellate opinions, US Founding Fathers, Members of Congress, members of state legislative bodies with significant involvement in, or related to, the "under God" conflict and/or government and constitutional law, and those with PhD's in government, constitutional law or other relevant fields. [Note: Experts definition varies by site.]
Involvement and Affiliations:
Associate, Shearman & Sterling
Phi Beta Kappa
JD, cum laude, Harvard University Law School, 2003
MIA, Columbia University, 1993
BA, summa cum laude, Columbia University, 1992
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