The Politics of Abortion and Birth Control in Historical Perspective

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by Donald T. Critchlow (Editor)

Non-fiction (U.S.), 182 pages
Publisher: Penn State University Press; 1 edition (January 11, 1996)
ISBN-10: 0271015705
ISBN-13: 978-0271015705
Order: Penn State

While there is extensive literature on the social history, politics, and legal aspects of birth control and abortion in the United States, the history of family planning as a policy remains to be fully recorded. This volume is intended to contribute to this history by examining birth control and abortion within a larger cultural, policy, and comparative framework. The essays contained in this volume represent a variety of perspectives and scholarly interests. In many instances the authors differ with each other as well as with the editor on fundamental points of historical interpretation. They all, however, share a commitment to study the politics of population within a scholarly framework that emphasizes the importance of policy history for understanding past and contemporary problems.