110 W. Va. L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/wvb110 and id is 1 raw text is: WEST VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW
Volume 110                    Fall 2007                    Number 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM:
THE RELIGION CLAUSES IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Introduction ............................................................. W illiam   P. M arshall
Vivian E. Hamilton
John E. Taylor
ARTICLES
Life After the Establishment Clause ................................ Steven G. Gey  1
Substantive Neutrality Revisited ................................. Douglas Laycock  51
Instruments of Accommodation: The Military
Chaplaincy and the Constitution ........................................... Ira C. Lupu  89
Robert W. Tuttle
Reconciling The Irreconcilable: Military
Chaplains and the First Amendment ............................. Steven K. Green  167
Public School Students' Religious Speech
and Viewpoint Discrimination ................................... Kristi L. Bowman  187
Why Student Religious Speech is Speech ....................... John E. Taylor  223
Uncivil Religion: Judeo-Christianity
and the Ten Commandments ............................ Frederick Mark Gedicks  275
Roger Hendrix
Sectarianizing Civil Religion?
A Comment on Gedicks and Hendrix ........................... Steven D. Smith  307
The Establishment Clause and Religious
Expression in Governmental Settings:
Four Variables in Search of a Standard ....................... Daniel 0. Conkle  315

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