"The Rule of Love": Wife Beating as Prerogative and Privacy

@article{Siegel1996TheRO,
  title={"The Rule of Love": Wife Beating as Prerogative and Privacy},
  author={Reva B. Siegel},
  journal={Yale Law Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={105},
  pages={2117}
}
III. THE DISCOURSE OF AFFECTIVE PRIVACY IN DOMESTIC ASSAULT LAW .................................... 2150 A. Marital Violence and Marital Privacy in the Criminal Law ............................... 2154 B. Affective Privacy in the Emerging Law of Interspousal Tort Immunity ................................. 2161 C. A Brief Reprise: Marital Privacy in the Criminal Law of the Twentieth Century .......................... 2170 

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