Table of contents for Populations, public health, and the law / Wendy E. Parmet.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Introduction 			
Chapter One: 		Public Health and the Population Perspective 
Chapter Two: 	Public Health and American Law 	
Chapter Three: 	Towards a Population-Based Legal Analysis: 
 	The Supreme Beef Case 
Chapter Four: 		Population Health and Federalism: Whose Job is It? 
Chapter Five: 	 	Individual Rights, Population Health and Due Process 
Chapter Six: 		A Right to Die? Further Reflections on 
 Due Process Rights 
 
Chapter Seven: 	The First Amendment and the Obesity Epidemic 	 
Chapter Eight: 	A Population-Based Health Law 
Chapter Nine: 	Tort Law: A Population Approach to Private Law 
Chapter Ten: 		Globalizing Population-Based Legal Analysis 
Chapter Eleven: 	The Future for Population¿Based Legal Analysis 	 
Table of U.S. Cases

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public health laws -- United States.
Public Health -- legislation & jurisprudence -- United States.
Delivery of Health Care -- legislation & jurisprudence -- United States.
Health Policy -- legislation & jurisprudence -- United States.
Health Status -- United States.
Population -- United States.