Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy
My goal in this discussion is to persuade all members of the Federalist Society that they are or should be feminists. I shall pursue this goal in two ways: first by setting forth an expansive definition of feminist jurisprudence; secondly by showing that anyone who combines the two commitments Richard Epstein urges on feminists-commitments to the descriptive message of sociobiology and to the normative message of libertarianism-must inevitably be, not merely a feminist, but a very radical feminist indeed. In short, feminism is for everyone, especially for Richard Epstein.
Mary Anne Case, "Of Richard Epstein and Other Radical Feminists," 18 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 369 (1994).