TITLE

ISKCON Court Decisions: Setback For Proselytizing Rights

AUTHOR(S)
Mehra, Achal
PUB. DATE
March 1984
SOURCE
Journalism Quarterly;Spring84, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p109
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the litigative history of the International Society for Krishna Consciousnes (ISKCON) in the First Amendment in the U.S. Analysis of the right of ISKCON devotees to practice sankirtan in public places; Role of ISKCON in the formation of the First Amendment case law; Treatment of ISKCON by the courts.
ACCESSION #
14826967

 

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