Equal Separation: Understanding the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment


This collection of essays by six outstanding scholars examines the pros and cons of strict neutrality, a theory, Weber argues, that may provide a foundation for the development of a more compelling view of the First Amendment religion clauses. Representing a challenging array of perspectives, six outstanding scholars critique the concept by focusing on a different perspective and each contributor's dedication to the concepts is clearly manifested throughout. Chapters address strict neutrality as it relates to accommodation, schools, Thomas Jefferson's "Wall," and more.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Paul J. Weber
  • Dean M. Kelley
  • James M. Dunn
  • Stephen V. Monsma
  • William R. Marty
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990


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