Religious freedom, Free exercise of religion, Establishment clause
Constitutional Law | First Amendment | Religion Law
In recent work, Steven Smith argues that the American tradition of religious freedom is newly imperiled and may even be nearing exhaustion. This Review puts to one side the substance of that argument and focuses instead on what the stakes might be, should it turn out to be correct. It concludes that the consequences would not be as severe as many people fear.
Tebbe, Nelson, "The End of Religious Freedom: What is at Stake?" 41 Pepperdine Law Review 963 (2014)
This article predates the author's affiliation with Cornell Law School.