Consitution, Federal Aid, Church-Related Schools, Religion, Education
The President of the United States has touched off a great debate with his recent declaration that the Constitution prohibits federal aid to church-related schools. From an examination of the cases and American traditions as well, Professor Manning concludes that nothing in the Constitution, in case law or in history precludes aid to church-related education in any form or at any level.
Leonard F. Manning,
Aid to Education-Federal Fashion,
29 Fordham L. Rev. 495
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