The abortion rights controversy in America: a legal reader

Abortion becomes a crime -- Birth control and the abortion law reform movement -- The "right" to an abortion -- Roe v. Wade before the high court -- Regulating and funding abortions -- Nineteen eighty-nine : a year of decision -- Regulation and controversy in the post-Webster era -- Freedo...

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Contributors: Hull, N. E. H. (Hrsg.)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Chapel Hill, NC [u.a.] University of North Carolina Press 2004
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Summary:Abortion becomes a crime -- Birth control and the abortion law reform movement -- The "right" to an abortion -- Roe v. Wade before the high court -- Regulating and funding abortions -- Nineteen eighty-nine : a year of decision -- Regulation and controversy in the post-Webster era -- Freedom of speech versus free access to clinics
Item Description:Literaturverz. S. [341] - 343
Physical Description:343 S
ISBN:0807828734
0807855359