Not an Easy Choice: Re-Examining Abortion
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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