"Free Exercise and the Uniformed Employee: A Comparative Look at Religious Freedom in the Armed Forces of the United States and Great Britain," 17 Comp. Lab. L.J. 648, (1996).
This article compares the concept of religious freedom in the armed forces of the United States and Great Britain, discussing the proper balance between military necessity and individual religious freedom. The author concludes that "the scales must tip in favor of deference when dealing with national defense. Extending individual rights too far within the military sphere could ultimately jeopardize the very freedom that allows the individual rights to exist."
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