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The History of Abortion: Roe V. Wade

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How the heck did we get her? The history of abortion is as long as human history. From the time of the Ancient Egyptians, people with uteruses have sought the right to choose when and if they want to have a child. From Japan to NewZealand, Rome, and Greece, abortions have been a part of the human experience. Even those so called prudish colonial Americans treated abortion as just another form of medicine. And you know those founding fathers, they never made abortions illegal! So how did we get here? What was Roe v. Wade all about? All this and more in this weeks episode. (Instagram) (Patreon) (Link Tree) Email: [email protected] ( (Voice mail!!) (New Merch!!) Further Reading (Scarlet Letters: Getting the History of Abortion and Contraception Right) (How U.S. abortion laws went from nonexistent to acrimonious) (BEFORE ROE V. WADE) (A Brief History of Abortion Law in America) (The Racist History of Abortion and Midwifery Bans) (Abortion Is Central to the History of Reproductive Health Care in America) Book (The Girls Who Went Away: The Hidden History of Women Who Surrendered Children for Adoption in the Decades Before Roe V. Wade) Documentary (Reversing Roe ) Take Care Friend,an%20action%20plan%20for%20yourself. (Avoid Activist Burnout and Sustain Your Commitment to Community) (Preventing Burnout) (Components of Effective Activism)

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