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<hr> <hr> Contents <BR><HR><BR> <TOC> Acknowledgments xi Abbreviations 000 Introduction. A Great Thing for Poor Folks 1 Chapter 1. Teaching Birth Control on Tobacco Road and in Mill Village Alley: The History of Public Birth Control Services 000 Chapter 2. Nothing Is Removed Except the Possibility of Parenthood: Women and the Politics of Sterilization 000 Chapter 3. I Knew That It Was a Serious Crime: Negotiating Abortion before Roe v. Wade 000 Chapter 4. Taking Foam Powder and Jellies to the Natives: Family Planning Goes Abroad 000 Epilogue. From the Footnotes to the Headlines: Sterilization Apologies and Their Lessons 000 Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Birth control -- Government policy -- North Carolina -- History.
Sterilization, Eugenic -- North Carolina -- History.
Abortion -- Government policy -- North Carolina -- History.