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Editorial

How a Precedent Won for the Amish Could Protect Chasidic Jews

New York has launched a campaign intended to regulate the religious free exercise of chasidic yeshivas and establish that state education mandates outrank America’s Bill of Rights.

Amish children, accompanied by an adult, on their way to school at Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, in 2007.

Amish children, accompanied by an adult, on their way to school at Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, in 2007. AP/Matt Rourke

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