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Everson Revisited explores the consequences and future implications of Everson v. Board of Education, the landmark Supreme Court case that permitted the use of tax revenue to transport students to parochial schools while simultaneously calling for an impenetrable "wall of separation" between religion and public schools.
Chapter 1 The Everson Case in the Context of New Jersey Politics Chapter 2 Everson and the Command of History: The Supreme Court, Lessons in History, and the Church-State in Americza Chapter 3 The New Common School: The Evangelical Response to Everson Chapter 4 Catholic Jurisprudence on Education Chapter 5 Everson and Its Progeny: Separation and Nondiscimination in Tension Chapter 6 The Wrong Road Taken Chapter 7 Everson and Moments of Silence in Public Schools: Constitutional and Ethical Considerations Chapter 8 A Skeptical Postmodern Defense of Multiestablishment: The Case for Government Aid to Religious Schools in a Multicultural Age Chapter 9 The Religious Equality Amendment and Voluntary School Prayer Chapter 10 Litigating Everson after Everson Chapter 11 General Index Chapter 12 Case Index