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Is It Possible To Take Both Fetal Life And Women Seriously? Professor Laurence Tribe And His Reviewers, Samuel W. Calhoun, Andrea E. Sexton Mar 1992

Is It Possible To Take Both Fetal Life And Women Seriously? Professor Laurence Tribe And His Reviewers, Samuel W. Calhoun, Andrea E. Sexton

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Extraterritoriality Of Restrictive State Abortion Laws: States Can Abort Plans To Abort At Home But Not Abroad, Andrew J. Ries Jan 1992

Extraterritoriality Of Restrictive State Abortion Laws: States Can Abort Plans To Abort At Home But Not Abroad, Andrew J. Ries

Washington University Law Review

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The "Gag Rule" Revisited: Physicians As Abortion Gatekeepers, Maxwell Gregg Bloche Jan 1992

The "Gag Rule" Revisited: Physicians As Abortion Gatekeepers, Maxwell Gregg Bloche

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

To the surprise of many and the dismay of some, the U.S. Supreme Court took it upon itself last term to proclaim a national compromise on the question of abortion. The Court's announced truce, an elaboration on Justice O'Connor's "undue burden" idea, is pragmatic in design but unlikely to prove stable in practice. The three justices who spoke for the Court disparaged Roe with reluctant praise, then upheld its outer shell on the ground that social expectations and the need to sustain the appearance of the rule of law made it impolitic to do otherwise. This ...


Shared Interests: Promoting Healthy Births Without Sacrificing Women's Liberty, Dawn E. Johnsen Jan 1992

Shared Interests: Promoting Healthy Births Without Sacrificing Women's Liberty, Dawn E. Johnsen

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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