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Natural Law and the US Supreme Court since Roe v. Wade is a critical examination of US Supreme Court cases since the Roe v. Wade decision in light of natural law reasoning and principles. It incisively reviews textual opinions of the various justices and attempts to discern the influence of natural law jurisprudence on modern-day decisions.
'This is a uniquely substantial and eminently satisfying comparative analysis of notable cases since Roe v. Wade, chronicling how fundamental rules for society exist independently of legislatures and writers of constitutions. Charles Nemeth gives the world a masterwork on natural law’s past, present and future relevance to American jurisprudence.' — Kevin H. Govern, Professor of Law, Ave Maria Law School, USA
'Charles Nemeth writes from the perspective of an unabashed right-winger in theology and in politics. As one with an extremely different point of view, I enjoy Chuck’s work as a refreshingly—some might say outrageously—different take on the world from that of almost all my colleagues and friends.' — Daniel L. Feldman, Professor of Public Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, USA