The Abortion Debate in an American Community
Based on the struggle over a Fargo, North Dakota, abortion clinic, Contested Lives explores one of the central social conflicts of our time. Both wide-ranging and rich in detail, it speaks not simply to the abortion issue but also to the critical role of women's political activism.
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"Sensitive and remarkably balanced . . . . Ginsburg's book implicitly challenges the view that the two movements--pro-choice and anti-abortion, or feminist and anti-feminist--are simply ideological opposites, one arising in hostile reaction to the other. It leads us to suspect strongly that . . . the two movements have common roots in anxieties widely shared by women in late-twentieth-century America . . . .Excellent."--"The New Republic