This is the third in a multi-part series examining the half-century fight to add women to the U.S. Constitution—and a game plan on where we go from here.
Read Part 1: “We Want In!” and Part 2: A Long History of Obstruction, Delay and Trickery. And check back every Wednesday for a new installment.
Part 3: A Patchwork of Laws, Statutes and Court Rulings
“Sex discrimination has such a long history and tradition in the United States,” Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of UC Berkeley School of Law, told Ms.
“Sexism is deeply ingrained in so much of our law as well as social practices. I think having…