Publisher's Weekly lauds Lynn for grounding "his legal arguments not in the Ten Commandments (which, he writes, 'attempt to regulate religious behavior' along with civic conduct), but in the Constitution.
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Heralded by Publisher's Weekly as "Dickinson's postmodern heir," Fulton is a poet of depth and great intellectual resources-skills that, as Cascade Experiment goes to show, have only been strengthened and refined over the course of time.