Religious liberty in the Supreme Court : the cases that define the debate over church and state /
The simple language in which the First Amendment forbids Congress to make laws that "establish" religion or prohibit its free exercise has been anything but simple to apply. Since 1940, the Supreme Court has been called upon to decide many cases involving the religion clause - in such matt...
|Published:||Washington, DC : Ethics and Public Policy Center, ©1993.|
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