Catharine A. MacKinnon

Catharine A. MacKinnon is Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School and the James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law (Long-Term) at Harvard Law School.

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Cover: Are Women Human?: And Other International DialoguesAre Women Human?: And Other International DialoguesMacKinnon, Catharine A.PAPERBACK11/30/2007$31.50
Cover: Butterfly Politics: Changing the World for Women, With a New PrefaceButterfly Politics: Changing the World for Women, With a New PrefaceMacKinnon, Catharine A.PAPERBACK04/02/2019$19.95
Cover: Feminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and LawFeminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and LawMacKinnon, Catharine A.PAPERBACK01/01/1988$36.50
Cover: In Harm’s Way: The Pornography Civil Rights HearingsIn Harm’s Way: The Pornography Civil Rights HearingsMacKinnon, Catharine A.
Dworkin, Andrea
PAPERBACK02/15/1998$50.00
Cover: Only WordsOnly WordsMacKinnon, Catharine A.PAPERBACK03/01/1996$30.50
Cover: Toward a Feminist Theory of the StateToward a Feminist Theory of the StateMacKinnon, Catharine A.PAPERBACK09/01/1991$32.50
Cover: Women’s Lives, Men’s LawsWomen’s Lives, Men’s LawsMacKinnon, Catharine A.PAPERBACK04/30/2007$30.50
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