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Posted April 7, 2005
The book Religious Expression and the American Constitution by Franklyn S. Haiman discusses many points of current debate dealing with religious expression and interpretation of the laws concerning that expression. The book is written for any reader interested in American legal matters, and is intended to persuade the reader to support pluralism in the United States. This book cites relevant court cases in summarized form, and the cases are cited as appendices after the initial eight chapters which discuss them. The author uses citations from Amendments as well. Perhaps the most notable aspect of Haiman¿s writing throughout this entire book is his intent to present as many opposing sides as possible to these issues. I consider the book a legal study that includes much of the necessary history to become familiar with the topic. I recommend the text to any higher education student as a reference material, or to any reader interested in political issues as an armchair read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.