How Does the Constitution Protect Religious Freedom?

By Robert A. Goldwin; Art Kaufman | Go to book overview
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Contents
The Editors and the Authorsix
Preface Robert A. Goldwin and Art Kaufman xiii
1 The Religious Issue and the Origin of Modern Constitutionalism Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr. 1
2 Religion, the Constitution, the Court, and Society: Some Contemporary Reflections on Mandates, Words, Human Beings, and the Art of the Possible Henry J. Abraham 15
3 Hand's Writing on the Wall of Separation: The Significance of Jaffree in Future Cases on Religious Establishment James McClellan 43
4 The Establishment Clause Leonard W. Levy 69
5 The True Meaning of the Establishment Clause: A Dissent William H. Rehnquist 99
6 Free Enterprise in Religion, or How the Constitution Protects Religion and Religious Freedom Dean M. Kelley 114
7 The American Civil Religion and the American Constitution Jeffrey James Poelvoorde 141
Appendix: A Memorial and Remonstrance (1785) James Madison 169

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