When Abortion Was a Crime


 collapse sectionIntroduction
 Common Law and the Criminalization of Abortion
 Periodization: Changing Patterns of Illegal Abortion
  Chapter 1  An Open Secret
 collapse sectionChapter 2  Private Practices
 The Legal Loophole: Therapeutic Abortions
 Patterns of Practice
 collapse sectionChapter 3  Antiabortion Campaigns, Private and Public
 The Anti-midwife Antiabortion Campaign
  Chapter 4  Interrogations and Investigations
 collapse sectionChapter 5  Expansion and Specialization
 Abortion Specialists and Clinics
 collapse sectionChapter 6  Raids and Rules
 Raids and Criminal Trials
 Hospital Rules
 Legal Challenges to the Abortion Laws
  Chapter 7  Repercussions
 collapse sectionChapter 8  Radicalization of Reform
 Professional Reform Measures
 Feminism and Resistance at the Grassroots
 Constitutional Challenges
  Epilogue:  Post-Roe , Post-Casey

  Note on Sources
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 Chapter 1 An Open Secret
 Chapter 2 Private Practices
 Chapter 3 Antiabortion Campaigns, Private and Public
 Chapter 4 Interrogations and Investigations
 Chapter 5 Expansion and Specialization
 Chapter 6 Raids and Rules
 Chapter 7 Repercussions
 Chapter 8 Radicalization of Reform
 Epilogue: Post-Roe , Post-Casey
 collapse sectionBibliography
 collapse sectionPrimary Sources
 Library and Archival Collections
 collapse sectionCourt Cases (In Chronological Order)
 United States Supreme Court Cases
 Illinois Appellate Court, Illinois Supreme Court, and Other Cases
 Selected Medical and Health Journals
 Articles, Books, Government Documents, and Interviews
 Secondary Sources
 collapse sectionIndex

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