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The Rise of the Reproductive Brothel in the Global Economy: Some Thoughts on Reproductive Tourism, Autonomy, and Justice, 17 PA. J. L. & SOC. CHANGE 257- 289 (2014).

The Detention, Confinement, and Incarceration of Pregnant Women for the Purported Benefit of Fetal Health, 16 COLUM. J. GENDER & L. 147-97 (2007).

Roe¿s Legacy: The Non-Consensual Medical Treatment of Pregnant Women and Implications for Female Citizenship, 6 U. PA. J. CONST. L. 723-751 (2004).

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Nurturing in the Service of White Culture: Racial Subordination, Gestational Surrogacy, and the Ideology of Motherhood, 10 TEXAS J. OF WOMEN & THE LAW 83-128 (2001).

Welfare Reform and the Use of State Power in the Prostitution of Poor Women, 48 CLEVELAND STATE L. REV. 67-77 (2000) (symposium issue).  

Maternal-Fetal Conflicts, The Social Construction of Maternal Deviance, and Some Thoughts About Love and Justice, 8 TEXAS J. OF WOMEN & THE LAW 245-259 (1999).

Choosing Substance Justice: A Discussion of ¿Choice,¿ ¿Rights¿ and the New Reproductive Technologies, 11 WISC. WOMEN'S L.J. 431-441 (1997).  

Social Contract Theory, Welfare Reform, Race and the Male Sex-Right, 75 OR. L. REV. 1037-1094 (1996).  

A Feminist Understanding of Sex-Selective Abortion: Solely a Matter of Choice? 10 WISC. WOMEN'S L.J. 161-223 (1995).  

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