Life's Dominion: A Review Essay
Bradley, Gerald V.
Notre Dame Law Review. 1993; 69(2): 329-391.
Abortion; Abortion on Demand; Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Beginning of Life; Constitutional Law; Contraception; Due Process; Ethics; Euthanasia; Fetal Development; Fetuses; Freedom; Government; Killing; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legal Rights; Life; Liability; Morality; Natural Law; Personhood; Philosophy; Pregnant Women; Privacy; Public Opinion; Public Policy; Regulation; Religion; Review; Rights; Roman Catholic Ethics; Right to Life; State Interest; Supreme Court Decisions; Value of Life;
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Bradley, Gerard V. (1993)
Law's Dominion Review of LIFE'S DOMINION: AN ARGUMENT ABOUT ABORTION, EUTHANASIA, and INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM by Ronald Dworkin; HARD CHOICES, LOST VOICES: HOW the ABORTION CONFLICT HAS DIVIDED AMERICA, DISTORTED CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, and DAMAGED the COURTS by Donald P. Judges; and the POLITICS of VIRTUE: IS ABORTION DEBATABLE? by Ellen Mensch and Alan Freeman Imber, Jonathan B. (1994-09)