University of Baltimore Law Review


This Article examines the recent surge in litigation arising from homosexuals' assertions of Constitutional rights. The author concludes that the recent cases reflect substantial judicial confusion, and suggests that both Constitutional principles and libertarian philosophy generally require resolution of the conflicts in favor of equality without regard for sexual preference.

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