In Memoriam: Justice Harry A. Blackmun

March 1999
Albany Law Review;1999, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p800
Academic Journal
Pays tribute to United States (US) Justice Harry A. Blackmun. His role in the debate on abortion; Role in the US Supreme Court case `Roe v. Wade.'


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