Humanism and Prisoners’ Rights: A Reply to Jon Guy

Ronald A. Lindsay, Nicholas J. Little, Tom Flynn

Jon Guy has written an impassioned essay taking strong exception to a 2015 editorial in which we maintained, among other things, that the American Humanist Association (AHA) had employed an inadvisable legal strategy in its representation of an Oregon inmate, James Holden. AHA filed a lawsuit on Holden’s behalf when his federal correctional institution denied …

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