Legal Feminism: Activism, Lawyering, and Legal Theory

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Index
Abortion, 30–31, 111–112, 114, 147–150
Abrams, Kathryn, 184n34
Adams, John, 153n1
Affirmative action, 40, 75, 94
Allen, Jessie, 153n1
Ambach v. Norwick, 176n22
American Booksellers Association, Inc. v. Hudnut, 164n22, 194n41
Andrews v. Law Society of British Columbia, 178n37
Angell, Marcia, 56, 175n15
Antidepressants, 60, 116
Anti-subordination theory, 9, 95, 184n36
Appiah, K. Anthony, 93, 202n19
Archibold, Randal C., 196n2
Arendt, Hannah, 196n5
Aristotle, 39, 41, 70, 78, 84, 116, 187n55
Armitage, Richard, 157n11
Atkins v. Virginia, 162n2
Augusta National, 68
Austin, John, 25
Baehr v. Lewin, 193n38
Ballard v. United States, 167n12
Barnes, Jake, 175n9, 175n10, 175n11, 175n12
Barnhill, Lynn, 206n46
Bartky, Sandra Lee, 199n33
Batson v. Kentucky, 201n3
Bayes, Thomas, 171n38
Bendectin, 54, 55, 60
Bender, Leslie, 171n48
Benedi v. McNeil-P.P.C., Inc., 169n21
Bentham, Jeremy, 42
Berger, Margaret A., 172n40, 196n49
Berkeley, Bishop George, 39
Berman, Mitchell N., 177n28
Berman, Nathaniel, 205n31
Bernal v. Fainter, 176n22
Bernays, Edward L., 197n10
Bersch, Blanche, 135
Beschle, Donald L., 178n36
Best, Arthur, 175n9, 175n10, 175n11, 175n12
Bikilen, Molly, 171n32
Black, Bert, 171n36
Black, Hugo, 36–37
Blackmun, Harry, 149–151
Blanchard v. Eli Lilly & Co., 169n21
Bloomquist v. Wapello County, 169n21
Borges, Jorge Luis, 145, 163n13
Borgo, John, 171n37
Bowers v. Hardwick, 206n45
Boykin, William, 167n11
Bradford Hill, Austin, 57–60
Bradwell v. Illinois, 103, 182n18
Breast implants 56, 67–68
Brelis, Matthew, 151n5

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