European court: No crucifixes in Italian schools
The womn is quite correct in her interpretation. That is the state that Italians have chosen. That is the Europe the Italians have chosen. The schools will more and more express the desires and choices of the citizens they serve, just as we see it happening in North America as well.

Some Italians will be upset, just as some North Americans get upset when the same kind of thing happens here. But these same "upset" Italians and North Americans will forget these feelings when the time comes for elections, for referendums on European powers and incorporation, and for all of the other large decisions which seem removed from the day to day decor of the classroom, but which are not. We live in democracies, corrupt ones perhaps, but democracies no less. We get what we pay for.

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Re: European court: No crucifixes in Italian schools - by Maldon - 11-03-2009, 11:59 AM

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