Why the Strange History of Medieval Abortions Matters Today

Why the Strange History of Medieval Abortions Matters Today

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Was abortion a crime in previous centuries? The answer has shaped recent Supreme Court rulings—and might do so again.

Why the Strange History of Medieval Abortions Matters Today

Was abortion a crime in previous centuries? The answer has shaped recent Supreme Court rulings—and might do so again.

Pro-abortion rights protester Sarp Aksel of New York City, right, and anti-abortion protesters, left, rally outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. The abortion debate is returning to the Supreme Court in the midst of a raucous presidential campaign and less than three weeks after Justice Antonin Scalia’s death. The justices are taking up the biggest case on the topic in nearly a quarter century and considering whether a Texas law that regulates abortion clinics…

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Pro-abortion rights protester Sarp Aksel of New York City, right, and anti-abortion protesters, left, rally outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Wednesday, March 2, 2016. The abortion debate is returning to the Supreme Court in the midst of a raucous presidential campaign and less than three weeks after Justice Antonin Scalia’s death. The justices are taking up the biggest case on the topic in nearly a quarter century and considering whether a Texas law that regulates abortion clinics…

Was Abortion a Crime Historically?

Why the Strange History of Medieval Abortions Matters Today

A Brief History of the Abortion Controversy in the United States

A Brief History of the Abortion Controversy in the United States

A history of how the abortion controversy has evolved in the United States. When did abortion first become illegal? What was the effect of Roe v. Wade?

Scarlet Letters: Getting the History of Abortion and Contraception Right | Abortion is ancient. It is not going anywhere. Anyone who really cares about women would work to keep it safe and legal.

Scarlet Letters: Getting the History of Abortion and Contraception Right | Abortion is ancient. It is not going anywhere. Anyone who really cares about women would work to keep it safe and legal.

Learn about the Ancient History of Abortion...while I fall in the middle on the abortion issue,( I can see both sides to some extent) I would like to know as much about it as possible.

Learn About the Ancient History of Abortion

Learn about the Ancient History of Abortion...while I fall in the middle on the abortion issue,( I can see both sides to some extent) I would like to know as much about it as possible.

Roe v. Wade to Planned Parenthood: The History of Abortion Rights in America (PHOTOS)

Roe v. Wade to Planned Parenthood: The History of Abortion Rights in America (PHOTOS)

This week, potential Republican presidential contender Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) rolled out one of the country's most regressive tax proposals, a plan that

A History of Abortion | Bas relief at Angkor Wat, c. 1150, depicting a demon performing an abortion upon a woman who has been sent to the underworld.

A History of Abortion | Bas relief at Angkor Wat, c. 1150, depicting a demon performing an abortion upon a woman who has been sent to the underworld.

A History of Abortion, Part 1: In colonial America, early-term abortion was a way of life for many women. But by 1900, it had become criminalized across the country -- but not for reasons you'd expect. In this two-part cultural and legal history of abortion, Cristen and Caroline time travel from ancient Greek herbal remedies to induce miscarriage to 19th-century abortionist Madame Restell at the center of America's first major abortion debate. | Stuff Mom Never Told You

A History of Abortion, Part 1: In colonial America, early-term abortion was a way of life for many women. But by 1900, it had become criminalized across the country -- but not for reasons you'd expect. In this two-part cultural and legal history of abortion, Cristen and Caroline time travel from ancient Greek herbal remedies to induce miscarriage to 19th-century abortionist Madame Restell at the center of America's first major abortion debate. | Stuff Mom Never Told You

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