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Toward A Universal Standard: Free Exercise And The Sanctuary Movement, Troy Harris Jun 1988

Toward A Universal Standard: Free Exercise And The Sanctuary Movement, Troy Harris

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This Note will first look at the combination of circumstances and beliefs that compel members of the Sanctuary Movement to break the law. Second, it will examine current free exercise doctrine that may provide first amendment protection to Sanctuary workers, concluding that the cases reflect two parallel, yet incompatible, rationales. Following one line of cases, Sanctuary activity should be protected; following the other line, it should be condemned. Third, this Note will resolve the inconsistency of these rationales by proposing a new universal test for free exercise claims. Fourth, it will explore the details of recent cases involving Sanctuary workers …


Public Prayer And The Constitution, Ethan M. Posner May 1988

Public Prayer And The Constitution, Ethan M. Posner

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Public Prayer and the Constitution by Rodney K. Smith


Human Rights And International Relations, Sandip Bhattacharji May 1988

Human Rights And International Relations, Sandip Bhattacharji

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Human Rights and International Relations by R.J. Vincent