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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, September 1987 - Page 4. September 1987. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5713/show/5708.

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Transcript 7. _ EQUAL-RIGHTS AMENDMENT: "The amendment didn't say that Congress shall have the power to provide for sexual equality in all cases.... What it said was 'Judges shall have power to decide what sexual equality is in all cases.111 (USA Today, July 2, 1987, p. A2) 8. MARCHES AND DEMONSTRATIONS: Bork has upheld limitations on the right to demonstrate in front of foreign embassies. This decision was "... based not on the need to protect the embassy's security but on the more amorphous need to prevent affronts to the 'dignity' of the embassy..." (Dissenting opinion of Wald in Finzer v. Barry 798 F.2 & 1450 (D.C. Cir. 1986)); 9. FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTION OF SPEECH: "Constitutional protection should be accorded • only.to speech-that is explicitly political. There is no basis for judicial intervention to protect any other form of expression, be it scientific, literary or [other]. (47 , Indiana Law Journal, 1 at 20) 9 0-*. 10, A SURE VOTE FOR BIG BUSINESS: "In modern times the Supreme Court ... without adequa t- explanation has inhibited or destroyed a broad spectrum of useful business structures and n& practices. Growth by merger with rivals is practically impossible." (Bork, The Antitrus fe? Pairadox: A Policy at War with Itself, New York: Basic Books, 1978) HOW BORK COULD AFFECT SOME CASES IN THE NEXT SUPREME COURT TERM A. Hartigan v. Zbarez: The specific issue in this case is legislation concerning a minor's access to abortion and the need for parental consent prior to an abortion; howeve it is highly possible that the Court will take this opportunity to reconsider the entire, abortion question. When Powell was absent in 1985, the Court deadlocked 4-4 on abortion. Bork views Roe v. Wade as unconstitutional, and so, could provide the vote that will overturn the decision and deny women the right to an abortion. B. Brown v. Kendrick: A federal law designed to discourage adolescent sexual activity provided for grants to Catholic and other charities for the purpose of teaching the virtu of chastity. The law was invalidated by a lower court but the Reagan administration has indicated it will appeal. Bork will most likely uphold this federal program if he believ 3? • ' that the language of the statute does not specifically violate the Constitution. C. Karcher v. May. At issue is a New Jersey law requiring schools to permit a moment o silent prayer. Bork is believed to hold that this is constitutional. D. Webster v. Doe. Can the CIA dismiss an employee solely because he is homosexual? 1 1984, Bork held that the Navy had the right to dismiss for homosexuality. IT IS CRUCIAL that the Senate be flooded with mail opposing the Bork nomination! Th address to write to is: Senator /United States Senate /Washington, DC 20510.