Immaculate deception: a new look at women and childbirth in America

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Houghton Mifflin, 1975 - Health & Fitness - 318 pages
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A groundbreaking book on childbirth practices that will challenge the medical profession and help American women reclaim responsibility for their own right to birth.

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Review: Immaculate deception: A new look at women and childbirth in America

User Review  - Robin - Goodreads

This classic looks into the birthing industry and the ways in politics and the medical model play into the decisions that are made during birth. Even though the information wasn't new, this book made me so mad that I couldn't finish it. Read full review

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User Review  - Jonelle - Goodreads

One of the first books I read years ago in my childbirth studies. Not an easy read, but oh so interesting. Times have changed in many ways, but also reverted in many ways too. The over medicalization of childbirth and treating women as sick patients still exists. Read full review

Contents

Your Sister Has A Baby Girl
1
Immaculate Deception
7
Your Sister Has A Baby Boy
25
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