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Masters ThesisFish, forests, fire and freedom : infringements of Karuk religious freedom through federal natural resource managementHolmlund, Robert CroyReligious freedom is necessarily a broad concept since it must apply to a wide range of religions. Yet, religious freedom in the United States is rooted in the First Amendment, which was created for a limited set of religions (i.e., Protestant Christi . . .