Abortion and Woman's Choice: The State, Sexuality, and Reproductive Freedom
A holistic understanding of abortion from a feminist perspective, including the history of its practice and state policies to contain it; the social, economic, and cultural conditions under which women utilize it; and the legal, moral, and political battles that surround it.
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Fertility Control in Theory and History
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