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Published on Feb 1, 1989in Harvard Law Review 4.31
Jed Rubenfeld1
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Published on Aug 1, 1979in Michigan Law Review 2.09
Donald H. Regan10
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Roe v. Wade is one of the most controversial cases the Supreme Court has decided. The result in the case the establishment of a constitutional right to abortion was controversial enough. Beyond that, even people who approve of the result have been dissatisfied with the Court's opinion. Others before me have attempted to explain how a better opinion could have been written.' It seems to me, however, that the most promising argument in support of the result of Roe has not yet been made. This essay...
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Published on Apr 1, 1973in Yale Law Journal 5.20
John Hart Ely6
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In Roe v. Wade,2 decided January 22, 1973, the Supreme CourtJustice Blackmun speaking for everyone but Justices White and Rehnquist3-held unconstitutional Texas's (and virtually every other state's4) criminal abortion statute. The broad outlines of its argument are not difficult to make out: 1. The right to privacy, though not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, is protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.5 2. This right "is broad enough to encompass a woman's decisi...
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Published on Jan 1, 2012in Nineteenth-Century Literature
Meg Gillette1
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"I finally found a doctor in West New York, New Jersey. The doctor was very sweet. He had pictures of crucifixes on the walls. It only cost $900. I went to a bank and took out a vacation loan. I am still paying it off." "I found two psychiatrists who said that for $60 each they'd write a report which said I was mentally unstable and ought to have the abortion. I had to prove that I was crazy to get a legal abortion--and the abortion was the sanest thing I had ever done in my life." "When you tel...
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Published on Dec 1, 1972in College English
Darko Suvin2
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(Estrangement) THE IMPORTANCE OF science fiction (SF) in our time is on the increase. First, there are strong indications that its popularity in the leading industrial nations (USA, USSR, UK, Japan) has risen sharply over the last 100 years, regardless of local and short-range fluctuations. SF has particularly affected some key strata of modern society such as the college graduates, young writers, and general readers appreciative of new sets of values. This is a significant cultural effect which...
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Published on Sep 12, 2010
Anne R. Dick1
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Offering an intimate perspective on the life of an important, prolific author, this revealing biography uncovers the inner workings of a cult figure through his tumultuous relationship with his third wife. Brilliant and charismatic, Philip K. Dick was known as a loyal friend, father, and husband, as well as a talented science fiction writer. His six-year marriage to the woman he described as "the love of his life" and his intellectual equal was full of passion--the meeting of soul mates. But beh...
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Sara Dubow1
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INTRODUCTION: FETAL STORIES 1. Discovering Fetal Life, 1870s-1920s 2. Interpreting Fetal Bodies, 1930s-1970s 3. Defining Fetal Personhood, 1973-1976 4. Defending Fetal Rights: 1970s-1990s 5. Debating Fetal Pain, 1984-2007 EPILOGUE: FETAL MEANINGS NOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Michael Wreszin1
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Meredith Wilson Michaels4
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Since Roe v. Wade, there has been increasing public interest in fetuses, in part as a result of effective antiabortion propaganda and in part as a result of developments in medicine and technology. While feminists have begun to take note of the proliferation of fetal images in various media, such as medical journals, magazines, and motion pictures, few have openly addressed the problems that the emergence of the fetal subject poses for feminism.Fetal Subjects, Feminist Positions foregrounds femi...
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