Table of contents for Obligations of citizenship and demands of faith : religious accommodation in pluralist democracies / edited by Nancy L. Rosenblum.

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INTRODUCTION Pluralism, Integralism, and Political Theories of Religious Accommodation Nancy L. Rosenblum 3
ONE Civil Religion Revisited: Quiet Faith in Middle-Class America Alan Wolfe 32
TWO Public Religion: Bane or Blessing for Democracy? Ronald F. Thiemann 73
THREE Believers as Equal Citizens Michael W. McConnell 90
FOUR Illusory Pluralism, Inexorable Establishment Graham Walker 111
FIVE Religion and State in the United States: A Defense of Two-Way Protection Amy Gutmann 127
SIX Amos: Religious Autonomy and the Moral Uses of Pluralism Nancy L. Rosenblum 165
SEVEN Five Questions about Religion Judges Are Afraid to Ask Kent Greenawalt 196
EIGHT The Fullness of Time Aviam Soifer 245
NINE Let Them Eat Incidentals: RFRA, the Rehnquist Court, and Freedom of Religion H. N. Hirsch 280
TEN "By the Light of Reason": Corruption, Religious Speech, and Constitutional Essentials Gary Jeffrcy Jacobsohn 294
ELEVEN Remember Amalek: Religious Hate Speech Yael Tamir 321
TWELVE Religion and Women's Equality: The Case of India Martha C. Nussbaum 335
THIRTEEN Women and International Human Rights: Some Issues under the Bridge Carol Misbrod 403

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Religion and politics, Democracy Religious aspects