Report of the Georgetown Symposium on Religion in American Public Life
March 1, 2011
Is the dominant American approach to religion, society, and the state worthy of emulation in other countries? The question is not purely academic; it has policy implications both for the American future and for U.S. efforts to promote religious freedom and democracy worldwide. It intersects with global controversies about international norms, national self-determination, proselytism, and the rights of religious communities.