During the mid-1980s, this chapter would probably not have appeared in a book on feminist debates. The campaign for abortion rights could then be described as ‘almost the definitive issue of contemporary feminism’ (Randall, 1987, p. 263), and the one thing that appeared to unite feminists was the belief that women have a right and a need to control their own fertility.
KeywordsFertility Treatment Reproductive Decision Radical Feminist Legal Abortion Disable Woman
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