Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-0-8476-8650-6 • Hardback • June 1997 • $162.00 • (£125.00)
978-0-8476-8651-3 • Paperback • June 1997 • $59.00 • (£45.00)
Jo Renee Formicola is professor of political science at Seton Hall University. Hubert Morken is professor of government in the Robertson School of Government at Regent University.
Chapter 1 The Everson Case in the Context of New Jersey Politics
Chapter 2 Everson and the Command of History: The Supreme Court, Lessons in History, and the Church-State in Americza
Chapter 3 The New Common School: The Evangelical Response to Everson
Chapter 4 Catholic Jurisprudence on Education
Chapter 5 Everson and Its Progeny: Separation and Nondiscimination in Tension
Chapter 6 The Wrong Road Taken
Chapter 7 Everson and Moments of Silence in Public Schools: Constitutional and Ethical Considerations
Chapter 8 A Skeptical Postmodern Defense of Multiestablishment: The Case for Government Aid to Religious Schools in a Multicultural Age
Chapter 9 The Religious Equality Amendment and Voluntary School Prayer
Chapter 10 Litigating Everson after Everson
Chapter 11 General Index
Chapter 12 Case Index
The importance and impact of the Everson decision on Church and State Jurisprudence cannot be overstated. This timely volume recounts the history, explains its significance, and draws out the implications for current church and state disputes.
— Michael Cromartie, senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center
Everson Revisited is a worthwhile reading for students of religion, law, and politics. While not only concentrating on the historical legacy of the Everson decision, the book provides some important insights for those grappling with the contemporary church-state conflicts surrounding religion and education.
— J. David Holocomb, Dallas Baptist University; Journal of Church and State, Vol.41 No.2, Spring 1999
...the book provides a valuable polemic.
— International Journal Of Education and Religion
This set of high-quality essays sheds much light on this complex and controversial issue. Teachers, administrators, and teacher educators would benefit greatly from reading this book.
— Jonathan K. Parker, Charleston Southern Universtiy; Christian Scholar's Review, Fall 1998