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36 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 967 (2002-2003)
The Politics of Separation: Review of Philip Hamburger's Separation of Church and State

handle is hein.journals/davlr36 and id is 985 raw text is: The Politics of Separation: Review of
Philip Hamburger's Separation of
Church and State
Douglas G. Smith
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.  THE  RISE  OF SEPARATIONISM   .............................................................. 971
A .  O riginal Understanding   .............................................................. 972
B.   Political Forces Contributing to Separationism ........................... 974
C.   Efforts  at A m endm ent .................................................................. 976
D .  Re-Interpretation  .......................................................................... 977
II. AN ALTERNATIVE DYNAMIC FACILITATING SEPARATIONISM .......... 979
A .  D ue  P rocess .................................................................................. 981
B.   Commerce Among     the  States ....................................................... 984
C.   Privileges  or  Im m unities .............................................................. 987
D .  Establishm ent of  Religion  ............................................................ 989
C O N C LU SIO N   ................................................................................................... 991

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