Abortion without Apology: A Radical History for the 1990s

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Abortion Without Apology is based on audiotaped, videotaped, and filmed interviews produced for the "Abortion Rap" workshops and for the film documentary " With a Vengeance," and on letters solicited for this pamphlet. If not otherwise indicated, all quotes are drawn from the following sources:
Byllye Avery, "In Defense of Roe" conference, videotaped April 8, 1989.
Lucinda Cisler, interview videotaped February 16, 1988.
Lana Clarke Phelan, interview videotaped November 6, 1987.
Constance Cook, interview audiotaped February 3, 1987.
Carol Downer, interview videotaped November 4, 1987.
Rowena Gumer, interview audiotaped November 5, 1987, and letters dated December 13, 1989, and December 15, 1989.
Brenda Joyner, interview filmed April 8, 1989.
"Jane," interview filmed November 13, 1988.
Patricia Maginnis, interview videotaped November 5, 1987, and letter dated December 28, 1989.
Sojourner McCauley, interview filmed June 29, 1989.
Irene Peslikis, interview audiotaped December 17, 1987, and interview videotaped July 14, 1988.
Lorraine Rothman, interview videotaped November 4, 1987.

Thanks for additional interviews and technical, financial, and moral support also go to the ADCO Foundation, Samantha and Maryanne Armer-Yenouskas, C. J. Baehr, Robert Baehr, Teana Baehr, Phoebe Bender, Bea Blair, Jacquie Bishop, Daphne Busby and the Sisterhood of Black Single Mothers, Chris Choy and Third World Newsreel, Becky Chalker, Jim Clapp, Marcia Corbett, Ginger Elvin, Michelle Gechlick, Faye Ginsburg, Ethel Gobles, Gayle Gorman, Jim Hough, Laura Kaplan, Flo Kennedy, Norma Lazore, Beatrice McClintock, Barbara McGaughlin, Joan Nestle and the Lesbian Herstory Archives, Melissa Nwaka, Adrienne and Martha at Paper Tiger Television, Katy Rich, the Paul Robeson Fund, Lynn Paltrow, Roz Petchesky, Ron Piniero, Julie Reeder and the CLEC Canvass Network, Helen Rodriguez-Trias, the Sophia Fund, the SUNY‐ Binghamton Pro-Choice Coalition, Ann Snitow, Sarah Tietze, the Unitarian Universalist Social Concerns Grants Panel, Dell Williams, Brady Wiseman, and Debbie Zimmerman and Women Make Movies.

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  • Abortion Without Apology - A Radical History for the 1990s *
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  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Army of Three - Making Abortion Public 7
  • 2: Woman-Controlled Abortion - The Self-Help Health Movement 21
  • 3: Speak Truth to Power - The New York Fight 31
  • 4: Lessons for the 1990s 51
  • 5: Organizing for the Future 61
  • Resources 63
  • Bibliography 65
  • About South End Press *
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