It is the purpose of this comment to examine the validity of conclusions reached on the facts of the Everson case. But what was said in the majority opinion and in the two dissenting opinions in the Everson case may also forecast developments in the future. Consequently, there will be occasion to comment upon the broader implications of the decision. First, however, it will be helpful to trace the development of the case law dealing with state and federal constitutional provisions bearing on public aid to parochial schools.
P. F. Westbrook, Jr. S.Ed.,
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION, DUE PROCESS, AND EQUAL PROTECTION-PUBLIC AID TO PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS,
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