The Establishment Clause: Religion and the First Amendment

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Macmillan, 1986 - Religion - 236 pages
Examines the portion of the First Amendment providing for separation of church and state, discusses the history of the clause, and offers a modern interpretation

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Like Levy's earlier work, this new book on the establishment clause of the First Amendment is exhaustively researched, forcefully and relentlessly argued. It traces the sources of disestablishment in ... Read full review

Contents

Colonial Establishments of Religion
1
State Establishments of Religion
25
The Constitution and Religion
63
Copyright

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Levy is Mellon Professor Emeritus at the Claremont Graduate School and Distinguished Scholar in residence at Southern Oregon State College.

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