Without a Prayer: Religious Expression in the Public Schools
An alarming number of school districts are bending to pressure by those on the religious right to allow prayer, Bible readings, and other religious activities in classrooms, while directly infringing upon the rights of many students, believers and nonbelievers alike. Now, for the first time, noted author Robert S. Alley thoroughly examines school prayer, bringing together the experiences of parents and children who object to public school-sanctioned prayer and Bible reading. He shows what happens when people, concerned with education and the basic rights of our children, are forced to seek legal action to protect their constitutional liberties.
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