Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-286) and index
What is reproductive politics? -- Racializing the nation: from the Declaration of Independence to the Emancipation Proclamation, 1776-1865 -- Sex in the city: from secrecy to anonymity to privacy, 1870s to 1920s -- No extras: curbing fertility during the Great Depression -- Central planning: managing fertility, race, and rights in postwar America, 1940s to 1960 -- The human rights era: the rise of choice, the contours of backlash, 1960-1980 -- Revitalizing hierarchies: how the aftermath of Roe v. Wade affected fetuses, teenage girls, prisoners, and ordinary women, 1980 to the present.
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