Aborn, Richard; Koury, Marlene
October 2012
Fordham Urban Law Journal;Oct2012, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p1353
Academic Journal
The article discusses the role of dissenting opinions concerning the U.S. Supreme Court case District of Columbia v. Heller which can help to provide wiser Courts in future in the U.S. It analyzes several U.S. cases including Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education related to racism and Bowers v. Hardwick and Lawrence v. Texas concerning sexual freedom. It also discusses the factors which can leads to a decision being overturned conditions in the U.S. Supreme Court cases.


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