Constitutional Culture, Social Movement Conflict and Constitutional Change: The Case of the de facto ERA

@inproceedings{Siegel2006ConstitutionalCS,
  title={Constitutional Culture, Social Movement Conflict and Constitutional Change: The Case of the de facto ERA},
  author={Reva B. Siegel},
  year={2006}
}
Social movements change the ways Americans understand the Constitution. Social movement conflict, enabled and constrained by constitutional culture, can create new forms of constitutional understanding - a dynamic that guides officials interpreting the open-textured language of the Constitution's rights guarantees. To show how constitutional culture channels social movement conflict to produce enforceable constitutional understandings, I consider how equal protection doctrine prohibiting sex… Expand
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