Griswold v Connecticut: The "Legalization" of Birth Control? (2 segments)
Description: On June 7, 1965, the Supreme Court came to a decision in the Griswold v Connecticut case. The court ruled that a Connecticut law that prohibited any person from using contraception violated the right to marital privacy. The case, however, is much more nuanced than many realize. We'll look it over with Donald Critchlow.
Don Critchlow is Katzin Family Professor at Arizona State and author of Intended Consequences, as well as In Defense of Populism: Protest and Democracy, which will be released this September.