Between Law and Politics: The Solicitor General and the Structuring of Race, Gender, and Reproductive Rights Litigation
Texas A&M University Press, 2003 - Birth control - 359 pages
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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Part II The Solicitor General and Race Litigation
Part III The Solicitor General and Gender Discrimination and Reproductive Rights
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