In this Article we explore Justice O'Connor's response to the woman question by looking at her opinions on matters traditionally perceived to be of interest to women or matters historically recognized as women's issues. This leads us to consider cases about women as physical and sexual beings and cases about women as nurturers and caretakers. In addition, we look at cases about individuals who, like women, have been traditionally perceived as dependent, vulnerable, and economically insecure. We do not claim that these are the only issues that matter to women. Clearly, the range of issues that matter to women is as broad as the Court's docket.
Supreme Court judges
Sandra Day O'Connor (1930-), Feminism, Judges
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Brown, Judith Olans; Parmet, Wendy E.; and O'Connell, Mary E., "The rugged feminism of Sandra Day O'Connor" (1999). School of Law Faculty Publications. Paper 43. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d20001237