Women and the law
The Second Edition of Frug's Women & the Law integrates cases with theoretical readings by feminists, social scientists, & historians as well as legal scholars. Organized around the three central topics of work, family, & body, this new edition reflects a multiplicity of feminist stances & critiques.
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Table of Cases xxiii
Chapter One Women and Work
Feminist Legal Theory I
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