jca at stanford.edu
Mon Apr 23 09:36:21 PDT 2007
Dear Professor Scaperlanda,
Would you kindly spare the rest of the list these argumentative,
polemical characterizations? You have made your point -- you think intact
D&X is immoral. Others on the list do not agree and have quite different,
though perhaps equally strong, views about the morality of the Supreme
Court's decision. I have tried to spare the list the responses that have
gone through my mind each time I read some such propagandistic phrase as
"brutally killed." I am afraid I am going to have to resign from the list
if this doesn't stop.
Janet Cooper Alexander
Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law
Stanford Law School
Stanford CA 94301-8610
At 08:12 AM 4/23/2007 -0500, Scaperlanda, Michael A. wrote:
>Lynne, are you suggesting that the psychological harm the mother suffers
>in choosing to have her partially born child brutally killed is similar to
>the harm suffered when one chooses "Stanford over Yale, law over
>medicine"? Or, did I miss understand you?
>Associate Dean for Research
>Edwards Family Chair in Law
>University of Oklahoma College of Law
>300 W. Timberdell Rd.
>Norman, Oklahoma 73019
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