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Rethinking Abortion:
Equal Choice, the Constitution, and Reproductive Politics
Mark A. Graber

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments ix
Introduction
Sublime Theories, Ugly Facts 3
The Argument for Equal Choice 8
Things to Come 12
Chapter I
The Clash of Absolutes Revisited 16
The Clash of Absolutes 16
Abortion Law in Books 18
The Looking Glass World of Abortion Advocacy 20
The Theoretical Impasse 37
Chapter II
Abortion Law in Action 39
Abortion Past 41
Abortion Present 64
Abortion Future 72
Chapter III
Equal Choice 76
Equal Justice under Law 76
Constitutional Equality 79
Discriminatory State Action 84
Judicial Review 96
Slaughtering the Company: The Prudential Case against Equal Choice 103
The Simple Justice of General Laws 106
Chapter IV
Rule by Law 108
By the Law of the Land 108
Rule by Law versus Rule by Discretion 109
Judicial Rule by Law 114
Law Enforcement in a Democracy 115
Chapter V
Realizing Equal Choice Persuasion and Politics 118
The Critique of Pure Litigation 121
The Myth of the Pro-Choice Majority 131
Rethinking Abortion Politics 142
Pro-Choice Strategy and the New Deal Party System 153
Conclusion
The Allure of Pro-Life 157
Notes 161
Bibliography 209
Index of Cases 237
General Index 240

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