History is at the heart of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to roll back abortion rights. In a nation founded on a centuries old Constitution it raises the question: what did the Founding Fathers think of abortion?
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-Gordon, Linda. The moral property of women: A history of birth control politics in America. University of Illinois press, 2002.
-Mohr, James C. Abortion in America: The origins and evolution of national policy. Oxford University Press, 1979.
-“No. 19-1392 Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization: Brief for Amici Curiae American Historical Association and Organization of American History in Support of Respondents.” (2021).
-Riddle, John M. Eve’s herbs: a history of contraception and abortion in the West. Harvard University Press, 1997.
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