Motherhood by choice: pioneers in women's health & family planning
Drawing on personal interviews, Perdita Huston delineates the motivations, strategies, and heartaches of twelve pioneers from the developing world, before and after colonial rule, and from industrialized countries. These women and men braved scorn and abuse to raise the issues of family planning, contraception, and sex education, and to fight for improved health care for women.
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