Eliot Spitzer

“Two hundred years after Jefferson and Madison engaged in an extraordinary debate over freedom OF religion vs. freedom FROM religion, ‘The Curious Case of Kiryas Joel’ demonstrates how a small and insular religious group can grasp political power and perpetrate an outrageous end-run around the United States Constitution.┬áThis story – a blend of politics, religion, cultural clashes and constitutional tension – is an object lesson in the Establishment Clause at work.”

Eliot Spitzer, former attorney general and governor of New York State.