Includes bibliographical references (p. 469-504) and index.
|Statement||David A.J. Richards.|
|LC Classifications||KF4754.5 .R53 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 531 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||531|
|ISBN 10||0226712060, 0226712079|
|LC Control Number||97035339|
Women and the U.S. Constitution is about much more than the nineteenth amendment. This provocative volume incorporates law, history, political theory, and philosophy to analyze the U.S. Constitution as a whole in relation to the rights and fate of women. Divided into three parts―History, Interpretation, and Practice―this book views the Price: $5. Book Description: Women and the U.S. Constitution is about much more than the nineteenth amendment. This provocative volume incorporates law, history, political theory, and philosophy to analyze the U.S. Constitution as a whole in relation to the rights and fate of women. Get this from a library! Women, gays, and the constitution: the grounds for feminism and gay rights in culture and law. [David A J Richards] -- In this David A.J. Richards combines an interpretive history of culture and law, political philosophy, and constitutional analysis to explain the background, development, and growing impact of two. Sex and the Constitution is an excellent and wide spanning history detailing the the views and sex lives of Americans in colonial and post times. It is split into two halves: a chronological history, and a lineage of court cases that endowed us This isn't a statement I declare for every book I read: this book should be read and owned by /5.
Women were split by a proposed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) Failed attempt to amend the Constitution to mandate equal treatment of women and men. to the Constitution, mandating equal treatment of men and women under the law. It was proposed in by well-to-do Republican working professional women but was opposed by women Democrats in labor. Women, gays, and the constitution: the grounds for feminism and gay rights in culture and law / Author: David A.J. Richards. Publication info: Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Format: Book. Answering that question is not easy, but I believe the answer begins with gay men and women themselves, for while this book focuses very much on law and politics, this is also an intensely human story about people many of whom, for a long time, were able to live reasonably satisfactory if thwarted lives in a kind of suspended animation. One such study has been the detailed case laid out by William Webb in his book, Slaves, Women and Homosexuals: Exploring the Hermeneutics of Cultural Analysis. He has compellingly demonstrated the exegetical problems when easy comparisons are made between slaves, women and homosexuals in .
The Resource Women, gays, and the constitution: the grounds for feminism and gay rights in culture and law, David A.J. Richards. The Women Behind the Signers of the U.S. Constitution From left: Elizabeth Hamilton, Deborah Read, Dolley Madison, Martha Washington. 70 men were chosen to attend the Constitutional Convention of , only 55 attended, and of that 55 only 39 signed. Grappling with the critical issues involving women and gays that relate to the recent Supreme Court appointment, Vincent J. Samar develops a definition of legal privacy, discusses the reasons why and the degree to which privacy should be protected, and shows . Women of the Constitution follows in the footsteps of the work The Wives of the Signers, which was devoted to biographical sketches of the spouses of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. This new publication will be the first work devoted exclusively to brief biographies of the forty-three wives of the signers of the U.S Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.