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" Differentiated by these matters from the other sex, she is properly placed in a class by herself, and legislation designed for her protection may be sustained, even when like legislation is not necessary for men, and could not be sustained. "
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1915
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Silent Film and the Triumph of the American Myth

Paula Marantz Cohen - 2001 - 234 pages
...Supreme Court decided that women were different, because a woman was a mother or potential mother: 'Differentiated by these matters from the other sex,...even when like legislation is not necessary for men.' This doctrine also cased rhe acceptance of other benefits for women. By 1921 some forty-one states...
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The Constitutional Rights of Women: Cases in Law and Social Change

Leslie Friedman Goldstein - 1988 - 637 pages
...the viewpoint of the effort to maintain an independent position in life, she is not upon an equality. Differentiated by these matters from the other sex,...not necessary for men, and could not be sustained. It is impossible to close one's eyes to the fact that she still looks to her brother and depends upon...
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The Sexual Contract

Carole Pateman - 1988 - 264 pages
...disposition and habits of life which will operate against a full assertion of [civil] rights'. Woman is 'properly placed in a class by herself, and legislation...legislation is not necessary for men and could not be sustained'.75 For women, the terms of the sexual contract ensure that all men, and not just craftsmen,...
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Women in the United States, 1830-1945

S. J. Kleinberg - 1999 - 368 pages
...struggle for subsistence." Woman was "in a class by herself." the Supreme Court observed, so that: "legislation designed for her protection may be sustained,...not necessary for men and could not be sustained." The Court believed that women looked to men for protection. "Her physical structure and a proper discharge...
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Enterprise and American Law, 1836-1937

Herbert Hovenkamp - 2009 - 456 pages
...interest and care in order to preserve the strength and vigor of the race." As a result, a woman may be "properly placed in a class by herself, and legislation...not necessary for men and could not be sustained." 13 A concept of externalities also explains the Supreme Court's seemingly odd defections from liberty...
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For Whose Protection?: Reproductive Hazards and Exclusionary Policies in the ...

Sally Jane Kenney - 1992 - 375 pages
...brief was unique only in the amount of sociological and scientific evidence included (Erickson, 20). properly placed in a class by herself, and legislation...not necessary for men and could not be sustained. 125 Muller was thus part of a chain of legal precedents that found that the differences between the...
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Women in Western Political Thought

Susan Moller Okin - 1979 - 371 pages
...the viewpoint of the effort to maintain an independent position in life, she is not upon an equality. Differentiated by these matters from the other sex, she is properly placed in a class by herself. . . .*• First, the reliance on man's superior physique as a truth of universal and fixed importance...
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Fetal Protection in the Workplace: Women's Rights, Business Interests, and ...

Robert H. Blank - 1994 - 225 pages
...day in any factory or laundry. The Muller decision resolved this discrepancy by stating that a woman "is properly placed in a class by herself, and legislation...not necessary for men and could not be sustained" (at 419). In this first case involving a sex-based protective law to reach the US Supreme Court the...
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Mothers on the Job: Maternity Policy in the U.S. Workplace

Lise Vogel - 1993 - 202 pages
...Supreme Court endorsed the legal argument in the Brandeis/Goldmark brief, concluding that "[woman] is properly placed in a class by herself, and legislation...not necessary for men and could not be sustained." 39 But the Court's rationale for the decision departed from that presented in the reformers' brief....
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The Lenses of Gender: Transforming the Debate on Sexual Inequality

Sandra L. Bem - 1993 - 244 pages
...still true that in the struggle for subsistence she is not an equal competitor with her brother. . . . Differentiated by these matters from the other sex,...not necessary for men, and could not be sustained. . . . The limitations which this statute places upon her contractual powers, upon her right to agree...
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