Morris Ernst Papers: Sideri Case

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Title

Morris Ernst Papers: Sideri Case

Subject

Reproductive rights

Description

These papers are excerpts from the collection of prominent civil liberties lawyer Morris Ernst. They detail the court case of Sideri v. State of New York, which questioned women's right to have access to birth control in 1920s America, with a heavy focus on sexual morality.

Creator

Morris Ernst

Date

1920s
1930s

Language

English

Type

Court case

Coverage

1920s-30s

Format

Bound paper files

Publisher

State of New York

Rights

Morris Ernst

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Source

The Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin

Citation

Morris Ernst, “Morris Ernst Papers: Sideri Case,” Subverting Silence: Uplifting Marginalized Conversations, accessed October 3, 2022, https://givingvoicetohiddenhistories.omeka.net/items/show/12.

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