The Constitution of South Carolina: Church and state, morality and free expression
Univ of South Carolina Press, 1986 - 441 sider
Considers the constitutional doctrines that address the separation of church & state & the free exercise of religion.
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The Charters and the Fundamental
Erecting the Administrative Machinery
Religious Qualifications for Participation
The Demise of the Established Church
The Lords Day
South Carolina Constitutional Provisions
Freedom of the Unorthodox
NonCoercive Violations of
Patterns of Church and State
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