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Nine Justices in Search of a Doctrine, 64 MICH. L. REV. 219 (1965)

Abstract

The case of Griswold v. Connecticut,' like few others in recent
times, presented the United States Supreme Court with a hopelessly
unsupportable piece of state legislation and an unusual variety
of possible doctrinal solutions. The Court's response to this situation,
and the implications of its choice of doctrine for the future of
individual rights in America, make an intriguing study of the judicial
process.

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1965

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