|Page 5: artist unknown; graphic reprinted from The New Woman's Survival Catalog, ed. Kirsten Grimstad and Susan Rennie, ( New York: Coward McCann and Geoghegan, 1973). It was reprinted there from the cover of Sister, July 1973.|
|Page 23: photographer unknown; reprinted from " How to do Self Examination Using the Plastic Speculum," a flier distributed by the Feminist Women's Health Center, Hollywood, CA, 1972.|
|Page 24: Suzanne Gage; from Menstrual Extraction brochure reprinted from Quest vol. 4, no. 3, summer, 1978, and distributed by Feminist Women's Health Centers.|
|Page 25: Wen-ti Tsen; the graphic is reprinted from Community Press Features, it originally appeared in Science for the People, and is used with the artist's permission.|
|Page 32: artist is unknown; from Come Unity and Community Press Features.|
|Page 37: Bülbül, Arachne Publishing, P.0. Box 4100, Mountain View, CA 94040; reproduced from The Monthly Extract: An Irregular Periodical, January 1978, and May/June 1976; used with the artist's permission.|
|Page 41: Irene Peslikis; with the artist's permission.|
|Page 54: artist is unknown; from Community Press Features.|
|Page 57: artist is unknown; reprinted from Women Under Attack, by the CARASA collective (South End Press, 1989).|
|Page 59: Teresa Flavin; the graphic originally appeared in Zeta Magazine and is used with the artist's permission.|
Copyright © 1990 by Ninia Baehr
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Abortion without apology: radical history for the 1990s / Ninia Baehr.
Includes bibliographical references.
1. Pro-choice movement— United States. 2. Abortion—Moral and ethical
aspects. I. Title.