Raising the bar ruth bader ginsburg and the aclu womens rights projectthe texas journal of women the law 157 2002 american civil liberties union. Raising the bar defines ruth bader ginsburgs contribution to american constitutional law through her efforts as professor lawyer and womens rights advocate focusing on the years 1971 to 1980 it explores the decade during which ginsburg founded and was general counsel to the aclu womens rights project several scholars have undertaken similar analyses in the past but the missing ingredient has long been ginsburgs own perspective now available through her donation of private papers . Raising the bar ruth bader ginsburg and the aclu womens rights project campbell amy leigh isbn 9781413427400 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Raising the bar ruth bader ginsburg and the aclu womens rights project campbell amy leigh ginsburg ruth bader isbn 9781413427417 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. In the early 1970s the national board of the american civil liberties union declared womens rights its top legal and legislative priority creating the national womens rights project late in 1971 ruth bader ginsburg then a law professor at rutgers university and the aclus pick for director played a major role in winning the first supreme court decision that held a state statute unconstitutional because of sex discrimination meanwhile i was then national legislative vice president
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