Faith and Freedom: Religious Liberty in America

Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1995 M01 31 - 144 páginas
Frankel examines some of the religious liberty cases in the last half century, including the use of peyote, exempting Amish children from school, and the prosecution of religious fraud.

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FAITH AND FREEDOM: Religious Liberty in America

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A crisp and spirited argument for the near-total separation of church and state, by a former New York federal judge (Partisan Justice, 1980). Though Frankel seems defensive about the pamphletlike ... Leer comentario completo

Faith and freedom: religious liberty in America

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Frankel, a distinguished jurist now in private practice, argues that the "wall of separation" between church and state must be kept almost unbreachable if religious liberty is to be preserved. By no ... Leer comentario completo

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