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From Abortion to Reproductive Freedom: Transforming a Movement Paperback – 1990
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Fried, an activist from the Boston Reproductive Rights Network, offers a diverse anthology of 47 articles concerning the future of the abortion-rights movement. Fried and the other activists, journalists, and academics argue that a broader agenda of reproductive rights is necessary for political and social action in the 1990s. This multicultural agenda, which includes access to safe, legal abortion, extends to sex education and full economic rights for all women. Articles discuss barriers to building an inclusive reproductive rights movement and feminist perspectives for control of their reproductive capacity. Some personal accounts of women's lives and needs highlight other essays. For collections with an emphasis on this controversial topic, this book presents a distinctive political and social viewpoint.
-Steven Puro, St. Louis Univ.
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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