The idea that when a group has a majority of members belonging to one religion, that majority has control over the religious expression of the entire group, regardless of how that expression represents the group.

It is a possibliity that such an thing is not the result of faith and piety, but of control and public piety, of being seen being religious in front of others.

Is unconstitutional in a public group, such as a school.

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