Lecture by Daniel Power, S.J. on Religion and the State in American Democracy, 1955
Power, Daniel E.
In this lecture, Daniel Power, S.J. discusses the topic of "Religion and the State in American Democracy." Power claims that a dedication to the principle of religious freedom is the most remarkable fact of American democracy. He goes on to discuss the development of separation of Church and State in American history including a resurgence of interest of the meaning of the term "separation" due to recent Supreme Court decisions regarding the place of religion in the educational process.
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