Understanding Chinese-U.S. Conflict over Freedom of Religion: The Wolf-Spector Freedom from Religious Persecution Acts of 1997 and 1998
Carlson, Darin W., Brigham Young University Law Review
China does persecute its' people because of religious beliefs. There are Catholic bishops in jail.... There are Protestant pastors in jail. They are persecuting the people of Tibet. They are persecuting the Moslem population in the northwest portion of the country.... They are oppressing the people in China.
-Representative Frank Wolf (R-Va) October 28, 1997*
China's religious community has maintained stability and harmony in a world filled with national discord and religious conflicts. All nationalities, religious bodies, and citizens who believe or disbelieve in any religion respect each other, coexist harmoniously, and work jointly to ensure the prosperity of the …
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Publication information: Article title: Understanding Chinese-U.S. Conflict over Freedom of Religion: The Wolf-Spector Freedom from Religious Persecution Acts of 1997 and 1998. Contributors: Carlson, Darin W. - Author. Journal title: Brigham Young University Law Review. Volume: 1998. Issue: 2 Publication date: January 1, 1998. Page number: 563+. © Brigham Young University, Reuben Clark Law School 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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