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Does God Belong in Public Schools?
Kent Greenawalt

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"This is a major book by one of America's leading scholars in the fields of law and philosophy. It tackles a broad set of issues concerning public schools and religion that have been treated by others only partially and often far more abstractly. Greenawalt's book is a significant contribution to scholarship on matters of great and widespread public interest as well as scholarly importance."--Stephen Macedo, Princeton University

"Kent Greenawalt has written an excellent book on an important topic. Scholars and lay readers alike will appreciate his accessible prose and his accurate treatment of the legal doctrine. Greenawalt's approach to sensitive issues about church and state is invariably fair, honest, and reasonable. In a domain that invites dogmatism, Greenawalt exhibits none."--Chris Eisgruber, Princeton University

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