Triple Jeopardy: Civil Liberties Risks Affecting the Poor, the Elderly, and Students
In this Mary Tucker Thorp lecture, Daniel Weisman synthesizes his work surrounding the 1992 case of Weisman v. Lee, a local school prayer dispute that became a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision protecting religious liberty. Weisman's lecture focuses on the civil liberties of minority group members.
Weisman, Daniel, "Triple Jeopardy: Civil Liberties Risks Affecting the Poor, the Elderly, and Students" (2002). Multimedia Works. 55.