Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: The moral reclaimability of prostitutes

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Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Great Britain - 300 pages
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Contents

General Introduction
1
Dr Elizabeth Blackwell Medical Responsibility
14
Introduction
31
William Acton Prostitution in Relation to Public
43
Prostitution The Need for its Reform Lancet
66
Its Medical Aspects Lancet
75
Letter from Josephine E Butler to her Niece Edith
82
Poem Written by Mary Lomax and Dedicated
89
Josephine E Butler The Voice of One Crying in
128
Joseph Edmondson The Moral Forces Which
156
Dr Elizabeth Blackwell Women Physicians and
170
to Medical Women an Address Given to
173
H Elwyn Thomas The Martyrs of Hells Highway
188
Letter from Josephine E Butler to Miss Forsaith
280
Josephine E Butler Memories StormBell June
289
Letter from Josephine E Butler to Beloved Miss
296

Josephine E Butler The Moral Reclaimability
121

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