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Sex Equality: Rape Law and Sex Equality: Family Law.

Foundation Press (New York), a division of West Group, has released three gender law publications, including Sex Equality, and its spin-off companion volumes Sex Equality: Rape Law and Sex Equality: Family Law. Foundation said the volumes "examine U.S. law in comparative, international, social and theoretical contexts." Sex Equality is targeted to professors and practitioners and includes an overview and examination of the relevant laws. It includes coverage of case law related to gender law, including the law of the family, rape, abortion, prostitution, pornography and gay/lesbian rights. It also covers sexual harassment .in employment and education. Rape Law and Family Law are paperbacks intended for those teaching Criminal Law and Family Law, respectively. Sex Equality costs $63, while Rape Law costs $13 and Family Law $14.
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