Between Law and Politics: The Solicitor General and the Structuring of Race, Gender, and Reproductive Rights Litigation

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Texas A&M University Press, 2003 - Birth control - 359 pages
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Using interviews with solicitors general and their staffs and analyzing Supreme Court cases, " "Pacelle looks at three hotly contested policy areas--race, gender, and reproductive rights--to see how the office balances the goals of the president, Congress, and the Supreme Court.
 

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Contents

Part I The Solicitor General and American Politics
3
Part II The Solicitor General and Race Litigation
55
Part III The Solicitor General and Gender Discrimination and Reproductive Rights
197
Appendix
273
Notes
275
References
307
Index of Cases
327
Index
331
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