Bartels v. Iowa,
262 U.S. 404 (1923)

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Bartels v. Iowa, 262 U.S. 404 (1923)

Bartels v. Iowa

Nos. 134, 181, 182, 440

Argued October 10, November 28, 1922, and February 23, 1923

Decided June 4, 1923.

262 U.S. 404


Decided upon the authority of Meyer v. Nebraska, ante, 262 U. S. 390.

191 Ia. 1060; 102 Oh.St. 474; 187 N.W. 927, reversed.

Error (1) to a judgment of the Supreme Court of Iowa sustaining a conviction of a teacher for teaching German to pupils in a parochial school, below the eighth grade; (2) to like judgments of the Supreme Court of Ohio; (3) to a judgment of the Supreme Court of Nebraska reversing a decision of a trial court, and refusing an injunction, in a suit brought against state officials to prevent enforcement of a statute penalizing the teaching of foreign languages to young children in schools.

Page 262 U. S. 409

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