Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Supreme Court and the Establishment Clause: Town of Greece v. Galloway




Perhaps the most confused area of constitutional law is the Supreme Court’s Establishment Clause precedent, which is riddled with inconsistent and poorly-reasoned decisions. Even members of the court recognize this. The late Justice Rehnquist observed in his dissenting opinion in … Continue reading




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