Constitutional Law II
The coercion test prohibits government practices that coerce religious belief/nonbelief or practice/nonpractice.
Coercion includes psycho-coercion, where only peer pressure causes people to do or not do something.
The non-preferentialists believe that there must be some sort of civil or criminal sanction imposed for something to truly be coercive.
The jurisdicitonalists believe that coercion is effected when someone is taxed to propagate opinions and beliefs that they do not agree with.