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July 22, 1994 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-22

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And now, will the
real #1 please stand up.

said the wall between church and
state has become even more im-
portant today than when the Es-
tablishment Clause of the First
Amendment was first written by
the framers of the Constitution.
That clause says Congress
"shall make no law respecting the
establishment of religion."
In response to a question on
the Establishment Clause from
Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, Mr.
Breyer placed himself firmly on
the side of a strong separation be-
. tween religion and government.
"We are a country of so many
different people, of so many dif-
ferent religions, and it's so terri-
bly important to members of each
religion to be able to practice that
religion freely, to be able to pass
that religion on to their children,"
Mr. Breyer said.
Each religion, Mr. Breyer said,
"would not want the state to de-
cide with some other religion, so
each must be concerned that the
state remains neutral."
Mark Pelavin, Washington
representative of the American
Jewish Congress, said that while
there were no "grandiose pro-
nouncements on his philosophi-
cal approach to religious liberty
issues," Mr. Breyer's early corn-
ments were "encouraging."

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Germans Create
Writers Memorial

Berlin (JTA) — Groundbreaking
ceremonies were held here for the
construction of a memorial to the
writers, many of them Jewish,
whose books were burned by the
Nazis.
Israeli sculptor Micha Ullman,
whose proposal for the memori-
al won first prize in an interna-
tional competition, helped lay the
cornerstone at the ceremony.
The memorial, which will
serve as an underground library,
is scheduled to be completed in
1995.
The library will display books
by such writers as Heinrich
Heine and Thomas Mann.
Heine was Jewish. Mann, a
non-Jew, married a Jew and in-
troduced Jewish characters into
his works in a positive light,
spoke out against the Nazis, went
into voluntary exile from Ger-
many and was stripped of his
German citizenship by the Nazis.
At the ceremony, which was
held at a site in Berlin where
book-burnings took place, Con-
struction Senator Wolfgang
Nagel reminded the audience of
the importance of the monument
at "a time when ultraright ideas
(have) become acceptable in sol-
id middle-class circles."
Mr. Nagel called on Germans
to reject intolerance, violence and
"any form of anti-Semitism."
Mr. Uliman's parents escaped
from Germany in 1933. His
grandparents were detained in a
concentration camp.

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