Judicial Line-Drawings

April 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr2000, Issue 102, p80
Focuses on `The New York Times' newspaper editors' views about school-sponsored prayer. Judicial line-drawing in church-state questions in the United States; Adoption of a position that would compel conformity to the exclusion of all public prayer; Purpose of the religion clause of the First Amendment.


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