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The Directions And Misdirections Of A Constitutional Right Of Privacy

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    The Directions and Misdirections of a Constitutional Right of Privacy by Shirley M. Hufstedler, inscribed to American playwright Robert E. Lee.

    Octavo, 31pp. Red cloth, title in gilt on front cover. A fine example. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: “To Bob Lee, With admiration for his “Inherit the Wind” and with hope that the harvest from his new play will be bountiful. Shirley Hufstedler.”

    Shirley Hufstedler (1925-2016) was the highest ranking woman in the federal judiciary, when President Carter appointed her the Secretary of Education. She has previously served as a Circuit Court Judge in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Full title: The Directions And Misdirections Of A Constitutional Right Of Privacy, the Twenty-Eighth Annual Benjamin N. Cardozo Lecture Delivered Before The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, May 11, 1971, by Circuit Court Judge Shirley M. Hufstedler.

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    Location Published

    New York

    Publisher

    Association of the Bar of New York

    Edition

    Limited Edition

    Date Published

    1971

    Binding

    Cloth

    Condition

    Fine

    Author

    Hufstedler | Shirley

    Author Display

    Shirley Hufstedler