Mrs. Schlafly raises the issue of instances where, supposedly, public school children were forbidden to give out to their classmates Christmas cards with a religious message. If I were a school authority, I would not forbid this. However, it may be a trickier issue than she acknowledges. Suppose your child brought home a holiday card from a classmate carrying a specifically atheist, or Islamic, or otherwise non-Christian message? Would you acknowledge this as an exercise of the religious freedom shared equally by Christians and non-Christians? Or would you insist that in this "Christian nation," Christians have the right to proselytizre in school, but others do not?