By Ellie Lee
Women's wishes are positioned on the centre of this assortment. The members speak about the level to which the modern criminal framework on abortion suits the wishes of ladies confronted with undesirable being pregnant. The e-book includes sections on Britain, together with an account of the crusade to legalize abortion, written by way of these centrally concerned with that crusade; foreign comparisons of abortion legislations, with chapters on France, the us, eire and Poland; and chapters protecting modern debates, together with men's rights in abortion and abortion for foetal abnormality.
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It was like a little baby, only, I should imagine when, you know, when they get pregnant 38 Abortion Law and Politics Today first, it's nothing much, isn't it, you know. I remembers it in the bottle and they put it, they, they buried it and all. So describe it in the bottle? 32 That's the only thing I can remember about anybody having any abortions or anything. 33 In my discussions of abortion it has proved far from straightforward to analyse what effect I, as the interviewer, had on the presentation of their opinions, and the opinions I was perceived to hold were equally unclear.
No, I never done. I never. All I took was some Widow Welch's pills. What are those? 32 Abortion Law and Politics Today Cause they say they help to bring you on, you know. Anyhow, it didn't do nothing. I don't think I took enough really. But my sister took nearly everything, you know. She went to the herbalist and all got, got things, herbs. Lots of women used to go to women for them to try to, urn, get rid of, you know, babies, but I never bothered. Was it just that you couldn't be bothered? Well, I never both, I never, I wouldn't do it because I thought it was dangerous, you know.
27 Even though in these instances the 'foetus' is recognized as being a potential child any 'moral' questions about the legitimacy of trying to 'get rid of it' are absent. Birth control clinic data also show the popular acceptance of abortion. '28 Nor did patients necessarily prefer contraceptive methods or find them 'morally' more satisfactory. One woman at Stopes' Cardiff clinic thought the cervical cap she was given was 'disgusting'. 29 The question as to whether there was a stage in pregnancy when abortion became unacceptable is difficult to ascertain; the interview data is not clear.
Abortion Law and Politics Today by Ellie Lee