Now showing items 1-2 of 2
(Tulane Law Review, 1989)
Michael Perry's thoughtful jurisprudential musings in Morality, Politics, and Law get most things just right. His framework of moral knowledge and a constitution of aspirations resonates with much of the best of contemporary ...
Carhart, Constitutional Rights, and the Psychology of Regret
(Southern California Law Review, 2008)
In "Gonzales v. Carhart", the Supreme Court upheld the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act. In so doing, the Court used the prospect of regret to justify limiting choice. Relying on empirical evidence documenting the four ways ...