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by Barbara M. Yarnold

Download Abortion Politics in the Federal Courts: Right Versus Right ePub
  • ISBN 0275952916
  • ISBN13 978-0275952914
  • Language English
  • Author Barbara M. Yarnold
  • Publisher Praeger; First Edition edition (May 30, 1995)
  • Pages 176
  • Formats lit docx doc azw
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1381 kb
  • Size Fb2 1993 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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In this analysis of federal court cases relying upon the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, the author finds that the pro-life movement in the United States has suffered repeated losses in abortion litigation. Additionally, her research indicates that, despite claims to the contrary, the pro-life movement is a loose collection of underfunded and understaffed public interest organizations. The pro-choice forces are vastly more powerful in abortion litigation, have superior organization and financing, and include not only public interest groups but also private interests such as clinics and professional medical organizations. Divided into three parts, the study begins with a public law analysis of the progeny of Roe cases, examining those variables which appear to impact court decisions. Next the work examines political factors and litigation resources as variables in explaining court decisions. And finally, the work offers a descriptive analysis of abortion litigants which divides the groups into major categories and evaluates them in terms of their resources, longevity, and other such factors. This book will be of interest to those seriously interested in the political and legal ramifications of the abortion controversy.


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An analysis of federal court cases relying on the landmark Roe versus Wade decision in the United States. It examines the political factors and litigation resources as variables affecting court decisions and finds the pro-life movement to be better funded and more organised altogether.

Abortion Politics in the Federal Courts: Right versus Right. By Barbara M. Yarnold. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995. Laura R. Woliver (a1). University of South Carolina-Columbia.

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by Barbara M. Yarnold In this analysis of federal court cases relying upon the landmark Roe v.This book will be of interest to those seriously interested in the political and legal ramifications of the abortion controversy

by Barbara M. Offers a public law analysis of the political and legal progeny of Roe v. Wade.