Constitutional Law: The Religion Clauses, 2nd edition
This book provides an analytical framework for understanding and evaluating the Supreme Court’s decisions under the Religion Clauses. It contends that the Religion Clauses reflect a variety of embedded and evolving constitutional values, and it suggests how those values, alone and in combination, can help explain the complex body of judicial decisions in this area. In the course of its discussion, the text highlights all of the major facets of contemporary doctrine under both the Free Exercise and the Establishment Clauses.
Part of the Turning Point series.
St. Paul, MN
Constitutional Law, United States Constitution, 1st Amendment, Freedom of religion-United States
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Conkle, Daniel O., "Constitutional Law: The Religion Clauses, 2nd edition" (2009). Books by Maurer Faculty. 27.