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Abortion & Life Paperback – September 1, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
For young women born after Roe, this book will give a brief, interesting history of life pre and post Roe. And, the vignettes are at times powerful and painful.
There are a few things that bothered me. At times the author makes certain claims that I really don't think she could as someone who hasn't had an abortion; yet her words read as if she was speaking for all women. While I've suggested the book to some of my students, I hasten to give it five stars.
I actually wish that Amy Richards or someone else had written this book. I think that AR or another's personal touch wouldn't have been so self-righteous or at least read as such by this reader. Basically, this book is good to begin conversations and debates.
This book has a wide audience--general readers and it could be assigned in history, women's studies, sociology, psychology, and health classes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I argued with the book. I was uncomfortable with it, but it was what I wanted to do. I might do it again and be less uncomfortable the second time.Published on May 17, 2013 by Quark Master
As a woman who has had an abortion, I would say this is one of the worst pice of material I have ever read about abortion. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by -T.