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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
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|Description:||ix, 272 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Law, the Courts, and Political Jurisprudence --
2. The Political Organization of American Jewry, 1906-1947 --
3. Challenging the Public Schools: The Released-Time Cases --
4. Separation to the Fore: Torcaso, Engel, Schempp, and Beyond --
5. Litigation and the Public Purse: The Parochial School Aid Cases --
6. Defending the Status Quo: Litigation in a Changed Environment.
|Series Title:||Constitutionalism and democracy.|
Ivers also argues that the ethnic, economic, and religious differences that led to the formation of competing Jewish organizations eighty years ago continue to drive a dynamic pluralism within the Jewish community, manifest in part in divergent approaches to litigation and public affairs.