Strict Neutrality:  In Waltz (which we were not required to
read), the U.S. Supreme Court famously said that it would attempt to
accommodate the two Clauses by a policy of strict neutrality, meaning
that the Court’s goal is to “find a neutral course between the two
religion clauses, both of which are cast in absolute terms and either
of which could clash with each other if taken to the logical
extreme.”  The cases that we will read will attempt to achieve this
goal of neutrality in resolving the tension between the two clauses.