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Anti-sorting – the principle that argues against boundaries that define both religious and political borders – currently rests on two cases decided by the Supreme Court. Professor Samaha traces the history of religious sorting policies and argues that there are two constitutional hooks for anti-sorting: a combination of the First and Fourteenth amendments, which prevent exclusion by local governments.


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