The Politics of Abortion in the United States and Canada: A Comparative Study

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Index
Aberbach, Joel D., 187
Abortion Information Exchange (AIE), 126
Abortion policy in developed nations, 63
Abortion reforms of the 1960s
legal developments
in the United States, 27-29
in Canada, 29-31
reform agitation
in the United States, 34-36
in Canada, 31-34
Abortion Rights Mobilization (ARM), 133, 182
Abramowitz, Alan I., 161-162
Access to Abortion Services Act (Canada), 221
Adams, Greg, 163-164
Administration of abortion policy politics-administration dichotomy in Canada and the United States, 167-168, 188
in U. S. federal agencies, 169-184
congressional micromanagement of abortion policy, 184-186
in Canadian women's advocacy agencies, 188-195
efforts by Reagan and Mulroney to politicize administrative control, 196-198
Albritton, Robert B., 201
Alliance for Life (Canada), 233
Alston, Letitia T., 118
Alston, Jon P., 118
American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 217
American Bar Association (ABA), 37, 41-43, 50, 129, 185
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 128
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 217-218
American Law Institute (ALI), 28-29, 34, 39, 50, 65
American Medical Association (AMA), 37-41, 50-51, 127, 174
American National Election Studies (ANES)
on attitudes toward abortion, 110, 149, 151-153, 159-163
Americans United for Life, 123-124, 183
Atkinson, Michael M., 90
Badgley Committee (Canada)
See Committee on the Operation of the Abortion Law
Baker, Ross, 118
Barton, Michael C., 16
Bashevkin, Sylvia, 194, 197
Bates, Jerome E., 22
Beal v. Doe (1977), 66
Benten v. Kessler (1992), 182
Bill C-43 (Canada), 78, 84, 87-95, 107, 121, 126, 128-130, 134, 191-192, 194-195, 226-227, 229, 231-233, 237
language of, 88

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