Coercion and Long-Term Contraceptives
HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 1995 January-February; 25(1): S19-S22
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Steinbock, Bonnie (1995-01)...It should be remembered, however, that coercion is not always unjustified or improper. Some socially desirable ends can only be achieved through mutually agreed-upon coercive policies, such as taxation and immunization. ...
Dresser, Rebecca (1995-01)...Contraceptive Sentencing: A Proposal -- One way to reconcile the competing concerns about potential abuses and possible benefits of contraceptive sentencing would be to adopt the following principle: whenever long-acting ...
Unknown author (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Committee on Adolescent Health Care, 1994-09)