A question of choice

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Putnam's, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 306 pages
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The attorney who represented the pro-choice side in the famous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case recounts the story of her legal battle and victory and goes on to discuss the political and religious Right's attack on women's right to choose. 50,000 first printing.

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A QUESTION OF CHOICE: The Lawyer Who Won Roe v. Wade

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The lawyer who argued Roe v. Wade presents a compelling memoir of her handling of that seminal 1973 Supreme Court case—into which she artlessly weaves her own biography; a history of the abortion ... Read full review

A question of choice

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Starting with her years at the University of Texas Law School at Austin, Weddington, the attorney who won Roe v. Wade , traces the history of her involvement with this momentous Supreme Court case and ... Read full review

Contents

BEGINNINGS
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A YOUNG WOMANS SEARCH FOR CHOICES
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THE ROOTS OF ROE v WADE
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