This Essay uses the opportunity to examine Roe v. Wade forty years after it was decided and Lawrence v. Texas ten years after it was decided as a platform from which to analyze the status of the civil rights paradigm in American law. A comparison of the two decisions illustrates an important and new point about how civil rights law is deployed to achieve very different goals.
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Hunter, Nan D., "Reflections on Sexual Liberty and Equality: "Through Seneca Falls and Selma and Stonewall"" (2013). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1723.