The Right to Privacy. A poem by Elizabeth Poliner

The Right to Privacy “We have had many controversies over these penumbral rights of ‘privacy and repose.’” Justice Douglas, Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U.S. 479 (1965) Winter, years ago, at a Washington D.C. gala— a celebration for a friend—and who else is there but Sandra Day O’Connor, swinging with her husband on the dance floor.Continue reading “The Right to Privacy. A poem by Elizabeth Poliner”