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by Leo Pfeffer

  • ISBN: 0313203490
  • Category: Religious books
  • Author: Leo Pfeffer
  • Subcategory: Religious Studies
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwood (June 28, 1978)
  • Pages: 186 pages
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Leo Pfeffer (December 25, 1910 in Austria-Hungary - June 4, 1993 in Goshen, New York) was an American lawyer, constitutional scholar, and humanist who was active in movement for religious freedom in the United States, and was one of leading legal pr. .

Leo Pfeffer (December 25, 1910 in Austria-Hungary - June 4, 1993 in Goshen, New York) was an American lawyer, constitutional scholar, and humanist who was active in movement for religious freedom in the United States, and was one of leading legal proponents of the separation of church and state. Pfeffer was born in Austria-Hungary and in 1912 emigrated to United States with his parents and siblings.

Pfeffer, Leo was born on December 25, 1910 in Hungary. Came to United States, 1912. Creeds in Competition: A Creative Force in American Culture ) Religion, State and the Burger Court. Creeds in Competition: A Creative Force in American Culture ) Religion, State and the Burger Court ) Creeds in competition. 1958 HARDCOVER (No Dust Jacket)). God, Caesar, and the Constitution;: The Court as referee of Church-state confrontation. Book by Pfeffer, Leo). This Honorable Court a History of the Us. Creeds in competition: a creative force in American culture.

Creeds in Competition. by LEO PFEFFER, SHIRLEY ADELSON SIEGEL, Additional Contributors. ISBN 9780313203497 (978-0-313-20349-7) Hardcover, Greenwood, 1978. Find signed collectible books: 'Creeds in Competition'. Coauthors & Alternates.

PFEFFER, LEO (1910–1993), . professor of constitutional law and constitutional lawyer. Pfeffer, who was born in Hungary, the son of an Orthodox rabbi, was taken to the . He studied law at New York University and practiced privately from 1933 to 1945, when he accepted a position on the legal staff of the Commission of Law and Social Action, the legal and political arm of the American Jewish Congress. Pfeffer's writings include: Church, State and Freedom (19672); The Liberties of an American (19632); Creeds in Competition (1958; with Anson Phelps Stokes); Church and State in the . 1964); and This Honourable Court (1965). a creative force in American culture. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1958 by Harper in . Written in English.

Leo Pfeffer has written: 'Creeds in competition' - subject(s): Religion, Religion and state, Sects, Church and state. Wendy Pfeffer has written: 'The change of Philomel' - subject(s): History and criticism, Literature, Medieval, Medieval Literature, Nightingale in literature.

Leo Pfeffer has written: 'Creeds in competition' - subject(s): Religion, Religion and state, Sects, Church and state. Church, state, and freedom' - subject(s): Church and state, Religion in the public schools, Freedom of religion. Religion, state, and the Burger Court' - subject(s): United States, Freedom of religion, United States.

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