Neuhaus, Richard John
April 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1995, Issue 52, p61
Comments on the implication of the incoherence in the statements issued by Chief Justice Earl Warren regarding religion and law. Testimony of Warren regarding Christianity and law; Declaration of Warren regarding the unconstitutionality of establishing religion for the public schools.


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