Case background and primary source documents concerning the Supreme Court case of Griswold v. Connecticut. Dealing with whether or not a citizen has a natural right to privacy, this lesson asks students to support or refuse the Supreme Court's ruling in Griswold, that the Constitution protects a right to privacy within marriage that includes the decision to use artificial birth control.
 
Personal Liberty – Essay by Dennis Goldford, Ph.D.
Griswold v. Connecticut – Case Background
Documents to Examine (A-M)
The Issue Endures – Eisenstadt v. Baird, 1972
Identifying and Teaching against Misconceptions: Six Common Mistakes about the Supreme Court – Essay by Diana E. Hess Classroom Applications
Online Resources
Case Briefing Sheet
Constitutional Issue Evidence Form
Documents Summary
Attorney Document Analysis
Moot Court Procedures
Tips for Thesis Statements and Essays Rubric for Evaluating a DBQ Essay on a 9-Point Scale
Key Question Scoring Guidelines for All Essays
Constitutional Principles and their Definitions
Answer Key
 
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