Public Policy on Human Reproduction and the Historian
Journal of Social History. 1985 Spring; 18(3): 383-398.
Abortion; Contraception; Criminal Law; Eugenics; Family Planning; Federal Government; Government; Historical Aspects; International Aspects; Law; Legal Rights; Physicians; Political Activity; Population Control; Privacy; Public Policy; Regulation; Reproduction; Rights; Social Impact; Socioeconomic Factors; Women's Rights;
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Reed, James (1985-03)
Gorovitz, Samuel (1985-08)New reproductive technologies, such as in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer, are creating ethical and public policy dilemmas that involve deep-rooted feelings about reproductive autonomy and the moral status of embryos. ...
Gorovitz, Samuel (1985-08)