Constitutional Rights Foundation
Bill of Rights in Action
FALL 1998 (14:1)
In a free and diverse society such as ours, conflicts are inevitable. Clashes can erupt between economic classes, science and religion, or ethnic groups. Often the courts are called upon to intervene. In this issue of Bill of Rights in Action, we examine some current and historical controversies that have led to court actions.
U.S. Government: The Kennewick Controversies
World History: Witch Hunt
U.S. Government: The Battle Over Proposition 187
This issue of the Bill of Rights in Action is made possible by a generous grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation.