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Contents Series Foreword, 00 Preface and Acknowledgments, 00 PART 1 1 Introduction The First Amendment The Wall of Separation Areas of Legal Conflict The U.S. Legal System 2 Historical Background The Christian Church in Europe The Reformation The Colonial Experience The Constitution The Nineteenth Century Post-Civil War Amendments to the U.S. Constitution The Twentieth Century Social Issues Medical Issues Religion in Public Schools Teaching Evolution Equal Access Aid to Parochial and Religious Schools Entanglements Conclusion 3 Cases Minersville School District v. Gobitis The Antievolution Statute Cases Lynch v. Donnelly Engel v. Vitale (The "Regents School Prayer Case") Application of the President and Directors of Georgetown College (1964) Employment Division v. Smith 4 Legacy and Impact The Pledge Cases The Antievolution Statute Cases Lynch v. Donnelly Schools and Religion In Application of the President and Directors of Georgetown College (1964) Norwood Hospital v. Munoz (1991) PART 2 Chronology Documents Historical Documents Proposed Constitutional Amendments Key People, Laws, and Concepts Appendix: Supreme Court Justices since 1900 Table of Cases Bibliography Internet Resources Audiotapes Index, 000 About the Author, 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Church and state United States, Freedom of religion United States, Church and state United States Cases, Freedom of religion United States Cases