Volume 75, Number 1

April 2000

A Letter to the Supreme Court Regarding the Missing Argument in Brzonkala v. Morrison

Lawrence G. Sager

The Violence Against Women Act is Congress’s reply to the lingering message of a regime of law that once encouraged and enforced the subordination of women. The Constitution clearly condemns this element of our legal past; so too, it should endorse Congress’s attempt to redress the harms that have flowed from that past.