The Reclamation Act of 1902, as amended, is the basic
legislation governing the distribution of water from federal
projects for irrigation purposes. In the three-quarters
of a century since the passage of this Act, technological,
economic, and legal developments have forced a reappraisal
of the original intent of the Reclamation...
In this thesis, I argue that Christian fundamentalism is a threat to the traditions of religious liberty and the separation of church and state in US liberal democracy. I support this claim by exploring the writings of men who were instrumental in the foundation of the US, concluding that they...