School prayer and discrimination: the civil rights of religious minorities and dissenters

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Northeastern University Press, 1999 - Law - 273 pages
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"Frank Ravitch has written a fine book, one that offers a fair and thorough treatment of a difficult and vexing political and constitutional issue." Law and Politics Book Review

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Contents

From Riots to Harassment
3
The Christian Right and the Public Schools
19
The Current Legal Status of Public School Religious
44
Copyright

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Professor Frank S. Ravitch is the Walter H. Stowers Chair in Law and Religion at the Michigan State University College of Law. He is most recently the author of Masters of Illusion: The Supreme Court and the Religion Clauses (2007) and Law and Religion, A Reader: Cases, Concepts, and Theory, 2nd Edition (2008). He has also published numerous law review articles dealing with law and religion, civil rights law and disability discrimination. Ravitch regularly serves as an expert for print and broadcast media and speaks on topics related to church-state and civil rights law to a wide range of national and local organizations.

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