The comments that follow are divided into a brief review, for purposes of perspective, of the elusive nature of "privacy" as developed in American law to date, and an attempted rigorous analysis of the privacy aspects of Griswold. A final section suggests that effectuation of the new constitutional right of marital privacy necessarily or derivatively implies a corollary right of access to birth control information and devices-a right which should have been more clearly articulated by the Court.
Robert G. Dixon Jr.,
The Griswold Penumbra: Constitutional Charter for an Expanded Law of Privacy?,
Mich. L. Rev.
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