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Feres Doctrine

Further Readings

Maser, Mark G. 2002. "Feres Doctrine: United States Courts of Appeals Consistently Hold that Members of the Armed Forces are Barred from Bringing Suits Against the Government When Service Members are Injured Incident to Military Sponsored Sports and Recreational Activities." Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law 12 (summer): 333–60.

Seidelson, David E. 1994. "From Feres v. United States to Boyle v. United Technologies Corp.: An Examination of Supreme Court Jurisprudence and a Couple of Suggestions." Duquesne Law Review 32 (winter): 219–68.

Turley, Jonathan. 2003. "Pax Militaris: The Feres Doctrine and the Retention of Sovereign Immunity in the Military System of Governance." George Washington Law Review 71 (February): 1–90.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. 2003. The Feres Doctrine: An Examination of this Military Exception to the Federal Tort Claims Act: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, Second Session, October 8, 2002. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

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