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  • A Hen in the Parlor - Municipal Control and Enforcement of Residential Chicken Coops

    by Chris Erchull

    August 31, 2017

    With poultry, as with gardens, you need the time, the patience and the knowledge to take care of the flock after you get it going. But the home supply of eggs and of broilers and fryers is a reward for a lot of the trouble that is involved. I urge everyone who can to raise poultry this year, both for the eggs and the meat.1 These words, attributed to Secretary of Agriculture Claude Wickard in 1943, were published only a few months after the landmark opinion of Wickard v. Filburn, where the Supreme Court held that the federal government has the authority to prevent people from producing food on their own property, even food intended only for personal consumption.2

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  • Gender and Domination in Prison

    by Terry A. Kupers

    August 31, 2017

    Gender theory has evolved in recent years. The feminist and gay liberation struggles of the 1960s and 1970s were about equal rights, the rights of women in the workplace, and the rights of gays to safety and an equal place at the table. More recently, the entire notion of binary gender identity and binary sexual preference has come into question.

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  • FOREWORD: SYMPOSIUM ON GENDER & INCARCERATION

    by Giovanna Shay

    August 31, 2017

    Please click on "Read Article" below to access the full article on Gender and Incarceration.

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