Religious Liberty in the Supreme Court: Cases That Define the Debate over Church and Stateby Terry Eastland
How real is the separation of church and state? Terry Eastland introduces and summarizes more than 25 of the most important rulings of the Supreme Court affecting religious liberty from 1940-1992. He also includes varied contemporary editorial responses from major newspapers and magazines such as "The New York Times", "Washington Post", "Christian Century", "Commonweal", and "New Republic". Among the major cases covered are Engle vs. Vitale (1962), Marsh vs. Chambers (1983), and Lee vs. Wiseman (1992).
Author Biography: Terry Eastland, resident fellow at EPPC, is the author of "Energy in the Executive: The Case for the Strong Presidency" (Free Press, 1992).
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