The Constitutional Rights of Women: Cases in Law and Social Change
University of Wisconsin Press, 1988 - 637 pages
Using a wide variety of cases involving women's rights, Leslie Friedman Goldstein examines the ways in which the U.S. Supreme Court initiates and responds to social change. This edition covers all major Supreme Court decisions that affect gender equity and reproductive rights through May 1987.
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Nor does the opinion anywhere deny that this analysis applies to the entire
university . The Court nevertheless purports to decide this case " narrow [ ly ) . ”
Normally and properly we decide only the question presented . It seems to me
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The Court could have held to its standing rules and refused to decide these
cases . Would that choice have done less harm to democratic processes than
these decisions did ? Less harm to the constitutional structure ? Was the
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Nonetheless , the doctrine of In this litigation we must decide the stare decisis ,
while perhaps never entirely constitutionality of several provisions of an .
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Early Interpretations of Due Process
Substantive Due Process
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