The Religion Guarantees: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution

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Acknowledgments

The talents, diligence, and commitment of others have contributed in substantial ways to this volume. Jack Stark—who, after a colloquium sponsored by the University of Wisconsin Law Review, invited me to participate in this ambitious series—supplied the intellectual vision that enabled the series to be conceived. Seven terrific students from Marquette University Law School—Douglas Raines, Amireh Zeyghami, Janilyn Knorr, Natalia Sokolova, Hillary Kowalski, Kristofor Hanson, and Kathleen Lindgren—provided skillful, conscientious, and cheerful assistance throughout the project, assistance that ranged from research to drafting to editing to proofing. To observe that their efforts have enhanced the quality of this volume is to engage in serious understatement. Librarians and staff of the Marquette Law Library extended considerable help, both to me and to my research assistants. The folks at Greenwood/Praeger have made the process of transforming the manuscript into a book one of genuine collaboration.

Marquette University Law School has been my professional home for nearly two decades now. Throughout my time at Marquette, I have been blessed to work in a community that has supported my work in all the ways that matter. Three distinctive aspects of that support are of not insubstantial relevance to this volume. One is that my interest in, and curiosity regarding, the constitutional law of religious freedom—strong since childhood—have been nourished by working in a law school community whose members have affirmatively encouraged scholarly pursuits devoted to religious matters. A second, related apsect concerns the fact that this volume directly grows out of my experiences leading a seminar devoted to First Amendment law that I have had the joy to teach to 2Ls and 3Ls since my early years at Marquette. Finally, my former dean, the late Howard Eisenberg, supported the early stages of the project with a summer research stipend, and my current dean, Joseph Kearney, provided much-needed incentive during the concluding stages by appointing me Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and thereby ensuring that the time for procrastination had come and gone.

Peter K. Rofes

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Series Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • 1 - The Origins of the Religion Guarantees 1
  • 2 - The Anti-Establishment Guarantee 29
  • 3 - The Free Exercise Guarantee 123
  • Bibliographic Essay 183
  • Table of Cases 201
  • Index 205
  • About the Author 213
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