American Midwives, 1860 to the Present

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Greenwood Press, 1978 - Health & Fitness - 197 pages
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A well-documented account of the decline of midwifery in America and the rise of obstetric specialization calls attention to recent interest in the concept of nurse-midwifery

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Contents

The Beginnings of Obstetric Specialization
18
Midwife Debate
48
Opponents
64
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Judy Barrett Litoff is a professor of history at Bryant College.

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