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Political Culture And Abortion Policy, Caleb J. Evans Nov 2020

Political Culture And Abortion Policy, Caleb J. Evans

The Macksey Journal

Abortion policy in the United States varies greatly from state to state. The general understanding is that states controlled by Democrats are friendly towards abortion and states controlled by Republicans are more hostile towards abortion rights. In the research paper, this is displayed by the state of Oklahoma. However, the states of Rhode Island and Montana both defy this generally accepted trend. Rhode Island is a Democratically controlled state with a strong history of abortion restrictions, while Montana is a Republican-controlled state with a track record of more lax policy on reproductive rights. This research paper delves into the political ...


Attitudes About Attitudes, Michael J. Gerhardt May 2003

Attitudes About Attitudes, Michael J. Gerhardt

Michigan Law Review

Attitudes about the Supreme Court differ sharply, particularly among academics. Law professors believe the Constitution and other laws constrain the Court, while most political scientists do not. These different perspectives on justices' fidelity to the law ensure that legal scholars and political scientists have little to say about the Court that is of interest to each other. As a result, it should not be surprising that most legal scholars are unfamiliar with Harold Spaeth and Jeffrey Segal, the two political scientists most closely associated with the view that the law does not constrain the justices from voting their policy preferences ...


The Radical Possibility Of Limited Community-Based Interpretation Of The Constitution, Mark D. Rosen Feb 2002

The Radical Possibility Of Limited Community-Based Interpretation Of The Constitution, Mark D. Rosen

William & Mary Law Review

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The Left, The Right, And Certainty In Constitutional Law, Gene R. Nichol May 1992

The Left, The Right, And Certainty In Constitutional Law, Gene R. Nichol

William & Mary Law Review

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The American Urge To Censor: Freedom Of Expression Versus The Desire To Sanitize Society - From Anthony Comstock To 2 Live Crew, Margaret A. Blanchard Mar 1992

The American Urge To Censor: Freedom Of Expression Versus The Desire To Sanitize Society - From Anthony Comstock To 2 Live Crew, Margaret A. Blanchard

William & Mary Law Review

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Executive Orders And The Development Of Presidential Power, William Hebe Jan 1972

Executive Orders And The Development Of Presidential Power, William Hebe

Villanova Law Review

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Some Doubts Concerning The Proposal To Elect The President By Direct Popular Vote, Albert J. Rosenthal Jan 1968

Some Doubts Concerning The Proposal To Elect The President By Direct Popular Vote, Albert J. Rosenthal

Villanova Law Review

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Presidential Inability: Procrastination, Apathy And The Constitution, Cornelius W. Wickersham Jan 1961

Presidential Inability: Procrastination, Apathy And The Constitution, Cornelius W. Wickersham

Villanova Law Review

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Church And State - Taxation Of Religious Organizations - Benefits Granted By Federal And State Governments, Herbert H. Brown, Joseph J. Mahon Jr. Jan 1959

Church And State - Taxation Of Religious Organizations - Benefits Granted By Federal And State Governments, Herbert H. Brown, Joseph J. Mahon Jr.

Villanova Law Review

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