Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law
I am thankful for the thoughtful comments of Henry L. Chambers Jr, John Douglass, James Gibson, Corinna Lain, and Wendy Perdue. I am grateful for the thorough and excellent research assistance of Franklin McFadden and Rachel Logan. Many thanks for the careful work of the editors of the University of Chicago Law Review.
The author thanks Ishan Bhabha, Christopher Buccafusco, Mark Egerman, Sam Erman, Richard Fallon, Terry Fisher, Sandy Henderson, Richard Posner, David Post, Henry Smith, Rebecca Stone, Cass Sunstein, and Elisabeth Theodore for comments and advice on previous drafts.
Max E. Greenberg Professor of Contract Law, New York University School of Law
Thanks to Ken Ayotte, Barry Adler, Oren Bar-Gill, G. Allen Bass, Ed DeSeve, Lee Fennell, Rick Hills, Omer Kimhi, Daryl Levinson, Julie Roin, David Skeel, and participants in workshops at New York University School of Law and the University of Chicago Law School.
Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Chicago
hicago. For a symposium on Understanding Education in the United States, University of Chicago Law School, June 17–18, 2011. This paper recasts a chapter in my book Political Emotions (under contract to Harvard University Press), and so I am indebted to all those who have commented on that manuscript, who are too numerous to list here. I am grateful to Jonathan Masur for helpful comments. This paper is an abbreviated version of Teaching Patriotism: Love and Critical Freedom (University of Chicago Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper No 357, July 2011), online at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm ?abstract_id=1898313 (visited Oct 28, 2011).
Laghi Distinguished Chair in Law, University of St. Thomas School of Law
We thank Dawn M. Chutkow as well as participants in the Understanding Education in the United States Symposium at the University of Chicago Law School for comments on an earlier draft. Professor Sisk offers thanks to his assistant, Bethany Fletcher, for recording data coding and to law students Eric Beecher and Alicia Long for assistance with opinion coding. A spreadsheet containing our data set, regression run results, coding of each decision, coding of each judge, and code books may be found at http://courseweb.stthomas.edu/gcsisk /religion.study.data/cover.html.
Oscar M. Ruebhausen Professor of Law, Yale Law School
Prepared for the Understanding Education in the United States: Its Legal and Social Implications Symposium held at the University of Chicago Law School on June 17 and 18, 2011. I am grateful to participants in that conference for helpful comments and to Gabrielle Holburt, Alice Hwang, Yuan Ji, Christine Ku, Jimmy Li, and Julie Wang for research assistance. I am also grateful to the University of Chicago Law Review for excellent editorial assistance.