Washington University Law Quarterly
This Article discusses the two rubrics under which gender-based classifications in the law might be tested: first, the equal protection principle explicit in the fourteenth amendment and implicit in the fifth amendment; and second, the sex equality principle presented in the proposed Equal Rights Amendment.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg,
Sexual Equality Under the Fourteenth and Equal Rights Amendments,
1979 Wash. U. L. Q. 161
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