The New Civil War: The Psychology, Culture, and Politics of Abortion

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The New Civil War: The Psychology, Culture, and Politics of Abortion examines the individual and combined influence of religion, morality, race, politics, personal history, sociopolitical context, and economics on a woman's decision to continue or terminate her pregnancy. This exhaustive analysis of the way Americans feel about abortion reveals that, at core, abortion continues to be defined primarily as a moral issue, often at the expense of women's health and well-being.

The New Civil War: The Psychology, Culture, and Politics of Abortion 1998, APA Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781557985170

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