Journal of Legal Studies 2 - Cohabitation in America Trial
Cohabitation has taken an amazingly rapid journey from a scorned practice to a status accepted and even condoned by the general populace. As recently as the early 1960’s, most Americans regarded premarital cohabitation as a morally repulsive lifestyle. Now, by granting sexual conduct a special status, America’s legal system takes unprecedented steps down the path of reprobation. Learn how courts can retain the dignity of America’s civil rights legacy and prevent the steps proceeding down the impossible path of legal protection for sexual conduct.
- Format: Softcover
- Length: 38 pages
- Publisher: Oak Brook College of Law, 1993
- Dimensions: 9 1/4", 6", 1/8"