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Business and Professional Women's Foundation, Washington, DC. – 1992
Reproductive rights are essential to a woman's full participation in the workplace. Procreative decisions are private ones, and once the door is open to government restrictions it will be hard to close. Prior to 1850, abortion was legal in most states. Not until the professionalization of the medical field did physicians and others seek to…
Descriptors: Abortions, Civil Liberties, Contraception, Court Litigation