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>From: Vincent Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>Subject: RE: Memes Meta-Memes and Politics 1 of 3 (1988, updates 2002)
>Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 12:04:29 -0000
> <although, Vincent?, didn't the whole faith-school thing in
> > England actually get through?>
> It did indeed, despite getting the highest level of rebel votes of
>any Labour bill yet. Again the rights of the non-religious in Britain are
>dashed against the rocks.
Over here across the lake we've got stuff going on that I'm not so sure of
the motives or possible outcomes. What should the secularist think of
faith-based initiatives (*sensu* Dubya)?
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