Not an Easy Choice: Re-Examining Abortion

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Second Story Press, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 157 pages
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Kathleen McDonnell unravels the ethical debates surrounding the issue, examines the constituency and strategy of the anti-choice movement and evaluates the arguments regarding men's rights in abortion decisions in the context of rapidly changing reproductive rights. This classic feminist text, with a new introduction, is still extremely topical today, and relevant for a whole new generation of women.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
WHY A REEXAMINATION?
17
CHAPTER
27
Copyright

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Kathleen McDonnell makers her living writing in a variety of genres, from playwriting to junior fiction to social criticism. Besides her many books, she writes articles and opinion pieces for the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Chatelaine, Maclean's, and Utne Reader, and also contributes to CBC Radio and Canada AM. Her plays have been produced throughout Canada. McDonnell lives and works in Toronto.

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