Abortion: a doctor's perspective/a woman's dilemma

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D.I. Fine, 1992 - Political Science - 257 pages
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A firsthand witness to the effects of botched illegal abortions in the 1960s and an instrumental lobbyist for the passage of the nations' first liberal abortion law provides a balanced personal essay and social history of the issue. 25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.

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ABORTION: A Doctor's Perspective, A Woman's Dilemma

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Cogent thoughts from a member of what appears to be a vanishing breed—physicians not only trained and willing to perform abortions but also willing to talk about it. Sloan (Gynecology/New York ... Read full review

Abortion: a doctor's perspective/a woman's dilemma

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A physician active in the pro-choice movement since the early 1960s, Sloan provides a unique perspective with his memoirs. Using case histories, anecdotes, and conversations with associates, he ... Read full review

Contents

The Making of an Abortionist
1
The Bad Old Days
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Abortion on DemandThe Womens Center
47
Copyright

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