Law and Society Roe v Wade Case Discussion & Replies

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Describe how the law on the books in Roe v. Wade clearly does not convey the experiences of law in action. What are the multiple ways this legal precedent is actively and consistently challenged? What does this mean? How is the meaning of this legal precedent constructed and transformed? (reading link attached)

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Roe v. Wade
In the Roe v. Wade it is clearly shown that the law on the books does not convey the
experiences of law in action. In Texas the law had clearly stated that it was illegal to conduct
abortion, but a case was taken to court and the ruling was contrary to the law in books. Roe
who was pregnant with her ...


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