This truly interdisciplinary volume brings together respected historians, social scientists, legal scholars, and advocates. As their contributions attest, understanding religious freedom demands taking multiple perspectives. The historians guide us through the contested legacy of religious freedom, from the nationas founding and the rise of public education, to the subsequent waves of immigration that added successive layers of diversity to American society.Public School Code of 1949, P.L 30, No. 14, Sec. 1112 (a[N]o teacher in any public school shall wear in said school or while engaged in the performance of his duty as such ... http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI/LI/US/ HTM/1949/0/0014.
|Title||:||Religious Freedom in America|
|Author||:||Allen D. Hertzke|
|Publisher||:||University of Oklahoma Press - 2015-01-13|