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John Moore Jr.: Moore v. City of East Cleveland and Children’s Constitutional Arguments

interests of their children and should be given deference in the care of children. See, e.g., Troxel v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57, 58 (2000). 8. See Nancy E. Dowd, Unfinished Equality: The Case of Black Boys, 2 ... IND. J.L. & SOC. EQUALITY 36, 38–40 (2013). 9. See Nancy E. Dowd, Black Boys Matter: Developmental Equality, 45 HOFSTRA L. REV. 47, 114–15 (2016). 2017] I. JOHN JR.’S PERSPECTIVE: RETELLING THE STORY

Sperm, Testosterone, Masculinities and Fatherhood

See generally DOROTHY ROBERTS, FATAL INVENTION: HOW SCIENCE, POLITICS, AND BIG BUSINESS RE-CREATE RACE IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SPERM, TESTOSTERONE, MASCULINITIES Nancy E. Dowd 4 0 See, e.g ... E. Dowd, Fatherhood and Equality: Reconfiguring Masculinities, 45 SUFFOLK U. L. REV. 1047, 1048 (2012) [hereinafter Dowd, Fatherhood and Equality]; see also NANCY E. DOWD, REDEFINING FATHERHOOD (2000

Essay: (Re)Constructing the Framework of Work/Family

marriage, in addition to data showing the correlations between marriage and positive outcomes for adults and children. See Robin F. Wilson, infra note 17. 3. See generally Nancy E. Dowd, Bringing the Margin

Parentage at Birth: Birthfathers and Social Fatherhood

: ChildrenLeft FatherlessandFamily-Less When NaturePrevailsinPaternityActions, 65 U. Prrr. L. REV. 811, 812 (2004) (discussing the history of the marital presumption). 3 See NANCY E. DowD, IN DEFENSE OF SINGLE ... & Rothstein, supra note 1; Nancy E. Dowd, From Genes, MarriageandMoney to Nurture:Redefining Fatherhood,10 CARDOzO WOMEN'S L.J. 132 (2003). 18 Historically that distinction was linked to patriarchal

Race, Gender, and Work/Family Policy

most important about families is function, not form. See Nancy E. Dowd, Law, Culture, and Family: The Transformative Power of Culture and the Limits of Law, 78 CHI.-KENT L. REV. 785 (2003). On ... . L.J. 689, 698 (2001); see also Nancy E. Dowd, Family Values and Valuing Family: A Blueprint for Family Leave, 30 HARV. J. ON LEGIS. 335 (1993) [hereinafter Family Values]; Michael Selmi, The Limited

Law, Culture, and Family: The Transformative Power of Culture and the Limits of Law

NontraditionalFamily, 1996 UTAH L. REV. 93, 103-47. 8. NANCY E. DOWD, IN DEFENSE OF SINGLE PARENT FAMILIES 60-62 (1997); MARTHA ALBERTSON FINEMAN, THE ILLUSION OF EQUALITY: THE RHETORIC AND REALITY OF DIVORCE REFORM ... (1991). 9. NANCY E. DOWD, REDEFINING FATHERHOOD 58-65 (2000); FINEMAN, supra note 8. particularly concerned about the ability of law to stigmatize, subordinate, and constrain. Both law and culture are

Liberty vs. Equality: In Defense of Privileged White Males

argue at length for a particular construction of the term in this Article. My views on equality are set forth in Nancy E. Dowd, Maternity Leave: Taking Sex Differences into Account, 54 FORDHAM L. REV. 699 ... VS. EQUALITY IN DEFENSE OF PRIVILEGED WHITE MALES FORBIDDEN GROUNDS: THE CASE AGAINST EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAWS, by Richard A. Epstein.* Harvard University Press, 1992. Pp. 530. $39.95 NANCY E

Marternity Leave: Taking Sex Differences into Account

Marternity Leave: Taking Sex Dife rences into Account Nancy E. Dowd 0 0 Thi s Article is brought to you for free and open access by FLASH: The F ordham Law Archive of Scholarship and History. It has ... E. Dowd, Marternity Leave: Taking Sex Dif erences into Account, 54 Fordham L. Rev. 699 (1986). Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol54/iss5/2 - Article 2 DOWD* INTRODUCTION TrofE

Bakke and Weber: The Concept of Societal Discrimination

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal Bakke and Weber: The C Discrimination Nancy E. Dowd 0 1 0 Thi s Note is brought to you for free and open access by LAW eCommons. It has been accepted for ... inclusion in Loyola University Chicago Law Journal by an authorized administrator of LAW eCommons. For more information , please contact 1 Nancy E. Dowd, Bakke and Weber: Th e Concept of Societal