Applications of Feminist Legal Theory to Women's Lives: Sex, Violence, Work and Reproduction

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D. Kelly Weisberg, Ronnie J Steinberg
Temple University Press, Jul 1, 1996 - Law - 1199 pages
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A comprehensive survey of the applications of feminist legal theory to specific areas of the law
 

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Contents

IV
5
V
28
VI
37
VII
59
VIII
80
IX
87
X
104
XI
110
LII
594
LIII
611
LIV
624
LV
636
LVI
664
LVII
683
LVIII
697
LIX
710

XII
118
XIII
131
XIV
150
XV
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XVI
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XVII
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XVIII
199
XIX
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XX
217
XXI
222
XXII
237
XXIII
250
XXIV
261
XXV
273
XXVI
275
XXVII
277
XXVIII
296
XXIX
306
XXX
311
XXXI
327
XXXII
341
XXXIII
363
XXXIV
378
XXXV
388
XXXVI
403
XXXVII
405
XXXVIII
422
XXXIX
431
XL
455
XLI
460
XLII
471
XLIII
484
XLIV
495
XLV
511
XLVI
529
XLVII
531
XLVIII
533
XLIX
549
L
571
LI
585
LX
725
LXI
740
LXII
749
LXIII
755
LXIV
779
LXV
797
LXVI
808
LXVII
826
LXVIII
845
LXIX
861
LXX
863
LXXI
865
LXXII
874
LXXIII
882
LXXIV
895
LXXV
908
LXXVI
916
LXXVII
931
LXXVIII
953
LXXIX
962
LXXX
971
LXXXI
985
LXXXII
995
LXXXIII
1007
LXXXIV
1019
LXXXV
1032
LXXXVI
1041
LXXXVII
1063
LXXXVIII
1080
LXXXIX
1092
XC
1105
XCI
1112
XCII
1117
XCIII
1126
XCIV
1149
XCV
1167
XCVI
1171
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1183
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