Unformatted text preview: religious worship interfere with the right of religious freedom? Holding: Reversed and Remanded for further debate. Reasoning : Ultimately the court realized the foreign language law’s meaning was to improve the general quality of the American citizen and encourage American ideals by replacing foreign religious studies with English religious studies. The court also realized that while the state may take measures that enforce American ideals and morals, an individual has basic “fundamental” rights that must be respected. The Court then determined that no harm was intended by Meyer’s teachings, and the state was basically abusing the constitution with this law....
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- Fall '11
- Foreign Language, Meyer, Nebraska, Meyer v. Nebraska, Robert T. Meyer