Sexual Injustice: Supreme Court Decisions from Griswold to Roe

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Abortion, 20, 27, 207; Supreme Court rulings on, ix, 9, 58, 92, 279; and the sexual revolution, 4–5; law reform, 6, 123–25, 219; and the justices, 9, 13; scholarship on, 15; as obscene, 16, 104; and Eisenstadt, 50, 114–16, 118, 218; court rulings on, 123–25, 219, 231, 233–34, 237–39; and sex law reform, 147, 153, 160, 212, 218, 241; media coverage of, 210, 218–19, 222, 241; post-Roe decisions on, 280–81, 291, 342 (n. 1). See also Roe v. Wade
Adultery, 3, 221, 289–90; laws against, xi, 1–2, 16, 27, 56, 110, 234–36, 279, 314 (n. 41); and Griswold, 14, 17, 32, 103–4, 212, 235; and obscenity, 38–39, 41, 214; and immigration, 59, 77, 137, 253; and Eisenstadt, 119–21, 123; and Roe, 131–32, 315 (n. 61); and sex law reform, 147, 155, 161, 212, 222, 245; media coverage of, 211–12, 226–27, 229; and postRoecases, 282–83, 289–90. See also Extramarital sex
Advocate, 223, 226, 228–29, 263, 267–70
African Americans, 5, 33–34, 42–43, 50, 54, 130, 136–37, 153–57, 159, 197–98, 227, 334 (n. 3). See also Black Power Movement; Civil Rights Movement; Eckstein, Ernestine; Loving, Mildred and Richard; Loving v. Virginia; Marshall, Thurgood; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Tindall, Marie
Age of consent. See Children; Consent; Minors
Agrin, Gloria, 136–37
AIDS, viii–ix, xii
Alabama, 1–2, 11, 109
Alcohol and drugs, 20, 22, 29, 47, 118, 126, 153, 177, 199, 253, 287, 315 (n. 61)
Aliens: xii, 16, 18, 33, 57–60, 99, 133–38, 141, 164–69, 254–55, 258–59, 284–85. See also Boutilier v. the Immigration and Naturalization Service
Allen, Clifford, 173, 176, 179, 185
Allyn, David, 14
America, 210, 220, 248
American Association of Planned Parenthood Physicians, 128
American Bar Association, 21, 208
American Civil Liberties Union, 19; and birth control, 100–102, 114–17, 120–22, 212, 222– 25, 322 (n. 10), 325 (n. 42); and obscenity, 104, 322 (n. 16); and interracial marriage, 109–11; and abortion, 124–25, 326 (n. 60); and homosexuality, immigration, and mental illness, 133–34, 142, 146–47, 151, 153, 158–70, 171–203 passim, 222–25, 244, 247– 48, 266–67, 331 (n. 57). See also Civil Liberties; Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts; National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union; New York Civil Liberties Union
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 128
American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born, 19, 133, 136–38
American Jewish Congress, 110
American Law Institute, 102, 120, 124, 160, 162
American Medical Association, 124
American Medical Women’s Association, 128
American Psychiatric Association, 128, 156
Analogies, 76, 87, 153, 157, 197–201, 223, 227, 334 (n. 50)
Anal sex, 27, 44, 63, 65, 223, 229, 233, 286–87, 289, 298. See also Sodomy
Antidiscrimination laws, 279, 292–96, 298
Arizona, 1

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