By Their Fruits: Eugenics, Population Control, and the Abortion Campaign

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CUA Press, 2008 - History - 421 pages
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Though controversial in subject, By Their Fruits presents an important examination of not only the history of abortion legislation but also the history and impact of the Eugenics movement.
 

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Contents

A Preamble
1
2 The Early Abortion Campaign Backstreet Abortion and Eugenics
14
3 Abortion Eugenics and Democracy
78
4 The 1967 Abortion Act and Eugenics
153
Abortion Eugenics and Population Control
201
Feminism Eugenics and Public Policy
287
A Step into Darkness?
357
Appendix A A Note on Historical Sources
373
A Summary
377
Works Consulted
379
Index
405
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About the author (2008)

An independent writer and researcher, Ann Farmer resides in Essex, England. She has published articles in Catholic Herald, Catholic Times, Catholic Life, Christian Family, and Nursing Standard.

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