Reproductive Freedoms and African American Women
Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. 1992 Spring; 4(2): 255-290.
Abortion; Adolescents; Alternatives; Childbirth; Coercion; Contraception; Counseling; Consent; Decision Making; Family Planning; Females; Freedom; Government; Government Financing; Health; Health Care; Health Hazards; Health Services; Incentives; Indigents; Infants; Informed Consent; Legal Rights; Minors; Mortality; Mothers; Occupational Exposure; Pregnant Women; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Sterilization; Supreme Court Decisions; Women's Health; Women's Health Services; Women's Rights;
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