Vol. 62 Nbr. 3, March - March 1999
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- Opening remarks.
- Reflections on the twenty-fifth anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
- Abortion before and after Roe v. Wade: an historical perspective.
- The quandary of pro-life free speech: a lesson from the abolitionists.
- NOW v. Scheidler: protecting women's access to reproductive health services.
- Pregnant drug users, fetal persons, and the threat to Roe v. Wade.
- My body, my consent: securing the constitutional right to abortion funding.
- The pregnant child's right to self-determination.
- Notes of a foot-soldier.
- Procreative rights in assisted reproductive technology: why the angst?
- Question-and-answer session.