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The British sociologist, T.H. Marshall famously described citizenship as a " basic human equality associated with. .. full membership of a community. " 1 He went on to describe citizenship as " the architect of. .. social inequality. " 2 By this he meant that the inequalities that arise under particular institutions of citizenship appear natural and(More)
One of the more exciting recent events in constitutional law has been the possibility of a newly coined constitutional right: a right of access to unproven medications. For at least one brief moment in time, as a result of the litigation stemming from a young woman's quest to get access to a possibly life-saving drug, that right seemed closer to reality(More)