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The Other Massive Resistance [videorecording]: School Prayer and the Conservative Revolution, 1962-1984

produced by University Relations, Television News Office, University of Virginia
Format
Video; VHS
Summary
Zimmerman provides a history of the reaction against the Supreme Court's 1962 ruling against prayer in the public schools. Much of the criticism and active movement against the decision came from religious conservatives, particularly Catholics, fundamentalist Christians, and the black rank and file. The civil rights community was split on the issue with many black leaders supporting the court's decision on the separation of church and state basis. By the 1980s the Christian right supported disobedience to the Supreme Court's decision.
Performers
Lecturer: Jonathan Zimmerman.
Release Date
2001
Run Time
31 min.
Language
English
Notes
Lecture given at the J. Wilson Newman Pavilion, in the Miller Center, January 25, 2001. The lecture was sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs. This version was edited to fit the program format of the television presentation first aired March 15, 2001.
Series
UVA Newsmakers
Credits
Editors: Rob Smith, Matt Upcapher, Kent C. Williamson.
Published
[Charlottesville, Va.] : The Office, c2001.
Description
1 videocassette (31 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
VHS format [NTSC]
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