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Religious Liberty in the Supreme Court: The Cases that Define the Debate over Church and State, Terry Eastland, Editor, paperback (good/very good condition)


"Twenty-five" cases, decided bewteen 1940 and 1992, including the upholding of a Minnesota law in the 1983 Mueller v. Allen case, are "introduced, excerpted, and annotated", with editorial comment on "fifteen of the cases ... from such sources as the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Christian Century, and The New Republic", as well as "comment on trends in the Court's religion-clause jurisprudence and their implications for our public life" by three legal scholars. Includes index of cases and judges.

Religious Liberty in the Supreme Court

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