The Boundaries of Her Body: A Legal History of Women's Rights in America (from Sourcebooks, Inc. )

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Longman Publishing, 2004 - Social Science - 787 pages

The Boundaries of Her Body explores the complex legal and social realities of the biology of women including reproductive and abortion rights, privacy issues, property ownership, domestic abuse, and employment discrimination.

This book is the definitive history of the advances and setbacks that characterize women's rights in America . It explores the legal and social boundaries of reproductive rights, women at work, adolescent women, and violence against women and discusses the future steps women can take to strengthen their positions.

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This is a thoroughly researched book about the politics of abortion and its evolution in America by a lawyer. I recommend this book to anyone who calls themselves prochoice, or even prolife. It does ... Read full review

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