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Exclusion and Equality: How Exclusion from the Political Process Renders Religious Liberty Unequal

@article{Hamburger2015ExclusionAE,
  title={Exclusion and Equality: How Exclusion from the Political Process Renders Religious Liberty Unequal},
  author={Philip A. Hamburger},
  journal={Notre Dame Law Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={90},
  pages={1919}
}
Already at this point it should be apparent that [section] 501(c)(3) does not simply confine "nonprofits." This anodyne label may suffice for calculating taxes, but not for evaluating the constitutional questions. More to the point constitutionally, [section] 501(c)(3) targets idealistic organizations for restrictions on their freedom of speech and petitioning. Nonprofits--especially religious, educational, and charitable organizations--are devoted to pursuing ideals, in contrast to profit or… 

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