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Online Sources: Reproductive Issues
Book Sources: Reproductive Issues
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Abortion A Documentary and Reference Guide by
Call Number: HQ767.5.U5 R66 2008
Covers "... both sides of America's abortion debate in a balanced selection of 41 primary documents by doctors, feminists, religious leaders, activists, politicians, and judges from the 19th century to the present day."
Adoption and Surrogate Pregnancy by
Call Number: HV875 .M44 2010
"...draws together significant U.S. and international primary source documents—including excerpts from newspaper articles, speeches, relevant treaties and other legal documents, and scientific reports."
Armed for Life by
Call Number: HQ767.5.U5 J44 2011
Includes interviews, selections from the Army of God manual, essays and books by members, web postings, and written correspondence; Provides a chronology of attacks claimed by or attributed to the Army of God against abortion providers; Examines the response by the political and law enforcement community to the Army of God
Roe v. Wade by
Call Number: HQ767.5.U5 H55 2008
"... collects essential and illuminating documents from the Roe v. Wade case and the larger battle over abortion rights"
The Abortion Controversy by
Call Number: HQ767.15 .A274 2007
"Covering today's most current national and international issues, this series introduces the reader to all sides of contemporary controversies in an objective and comprehensive way by providing a wide spectrum of primary sources written by many of the foremost authorities in their respective fields."
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