Examining Rawls' theory of justice through a feminist lens, and particularly how it fails to deal with sexism in a sexual/marital contract between men & women.
Discussion of if current law impedes forming public policy around the ability of the wealthy to pay higher taxes by allowing secrecy around income tax returns.
Analyzing the social security review system which is subject to political influences and conflicting law, and suggesting reforms.
Discussion around the idea of family as kin and more modern conceptions of family and how it has become strongly politicized.
Discussion of the intersection of race and contract theory/contract formalism.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Limiting the Right to a Bias-Free Workplace: A Survey of the Employment Discrimination Decisions of the 1988-89 Term
- Contractarians and Feminists Debate Prostitution
- Confronting a New Obstacle to Reproductive Choice: Encouraging the Development of RU-486 through Reform of Products Liability Law
- Bill of Rights--Can It Survive, The
- Execution of the Innocent: The Tragedy of the Hauptmann-Lindbergh and Bigelow Cases, The
- Reclaiming the Gavel: Making Sense out of the Death Penalty Debate in State Legislatures
- Is Racism Irrelevant--Or Should the Fairness in Death Sentencing Act Be Enacted to Substantially Diminish Racial Discrimination in Capital Sentencing
- More Than Slightly Retro: The Rehnquist Court's Rout of Habeas Corpus Jurisdiction in Teague v. Lane