Kent Greenawalt


The two central questions I address are the following: (1) If my claims about interpreting the federal constitution are sound, are they also intrinsically sound for state constitutions that contain different language? (2) Is it always, or sometimes, essentially self-defeating for state courts to define religion in a way different from what is embodied in federal law?



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