"'One Woman's Fight,' as readable as a novel, makes an ideal introduction to the subject of state/church separation. No one reading Vashti's appealing story is likely to forget this testament to the significance of the Establishment Clause, or the personal toll exacted when the wall of separation is violated at the expense of citizens--especially school children." -- Annie Laurie Gaylor, Freethought Today
"A personal account of her experiences in opposing religious instruction in the public schools of Champaign, Illinois. It is also a revelation of the price one must pay in running counter to the religious conventions of a small community . . . One Woman's Fight
is but an introduction to a continuing battle on behalf of religious liberty and the integrity of secular education in a religiously heterogeneous population." -- The Saturday Review of Literature
From the Publisher
All of us are indebted to Vashti for her activism in defense of a basic constitutional principle.