Regulating Religion: The Courts and the Free Excercise Clause by Catharine Cookson
Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 3, 2004) | ISBN-10: 019512944X | PDF | 1,3 Mb | 284 pages
"...an authoritative and constructive study of the US Supreme Court's free exercise jurisprudence."--Choice"Cookson's conclusion is powerful . She has the courage to assert that current free exercise jurisprudence is not working and to present argue for a more effective alternative. This book offers a fascinating study in applied ethics for students of American constitutional law and for religious historians and ethicists in general." -- The Journal of the American Academy of Religion"Beautifully written and argued... it is rare to find a book on religion and the Constitution in the United States that brings such ideologically unencumbered care and intelligence to the issue. Cookson's reading of the major Supreme Court cases is fresh and smart."- The Journal of Religion"In this worthy book [Catherine Cookson] makes a compelling case for a casuistical approach to church-state jurisprudence having to do with free exercise cases."--H-NET
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