Real Rape

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Harvard University Press, 1987 - Law - 160 pages
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Many men believe that they can force women to have sex against their will and that it isn't rape--at least, not if the man knows the women and doesn't beat her up or wield a wepon. The law's casual treatment of such rape cases is the subject of this pioneering book, which is both a powerful expose of the often shocking facts and a trenchantly written call for reform."
 

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The title refers to acquaintance rape, which the author, a Harvard Law School professor, maintains has frequently been characterized by the courts and the general public as not "real rape.'' Estrich ... Read full review

Contents

MY STORY
1
THE COMMON
27
THE SURVIVAL
57
THE LAW REFORM SOLUTION
80
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The first woman president of the Harvard Law Review, the youngest woman to receive tenure at Harvard Law School, and the first woman to run a presidential campaign, Susan Estrich is now the Robert Kingsley Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Southern California. She is the author of the national bestseller "Sex & Power" and "Making the Case for Yourself," as well as a nationally syndicated columnist, a contributor to "USA Today," a mother of two, and a legal and political analyst for FOX News.

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