This article focuses on one court case concerning the regulation of Anti-Abortion protesting and asks: (1) Do the various actors involved in this case recognize a tension between their actions and their broader beliefs concerning the regulation of political protests? (2) If this tension is recognized, how do the actors resolve it, and if it is not recognized, why is it not? While concerned with legal consciousness and cognitive dissonance, the article is framed by broader questions concerning tolerance and the interaction of law and political passions.
Wilson, J.C. (2005), "WHEN RIGHTS COLLIDE: ANTI-ABORTION PROTESTS AND THE IDEOLOGICAL DILEMMA IN PLANNED PARENTHOOD SHASTA-DIABLO, INC. V. WILLIAMS", Studies in Law, Politics and Society (Studies in Law, Politics, and Society, Vol. 35), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 145-190. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1059-4337(04)35005-2Download as .RIS
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