Table of contents for Into our own hands : the women's health movement in the United States, 1969-1990 / Sandra Morgen.

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Part I In the Beginning

  One Conceiving History                                   3
  Two Foundational Stories and Movement Making             16
  Three On Their Own: Women of Color and the Women's
       Health Movement                                     41
 Four Into Our Own Hands: Feminist Health Clinics as
       Feminist Practice                                   70

Part II The Politics of Change in Women's Health
       Movement Organizations
  Five Against the Odds: Patterns of Organizational Change
       in Feminist Clinics in the 1970s and 1980s         109
   Six The Changer and the Changed: The Women's Health
       Movement, Doctors, and Organized Medicine          120
 Seven Neither Friend nor Foe: The State, the Movement, and
       the Changing Political Landscape                   153
 Eight The Three Rs: Reagan, Retrenchment, and Operation
       Rescue in the 1980s                                181
  Nine The Politics of Race and Class: Dreams of Diversity,
       Dilemmas of Difference                             206

Afterword: The Movement in the 1990s: Accomplishments
and Continuing Challenges                              232

Appendix 1: Persons Interviewed 239
Appendix 2: Clinics and Organizations Surveyed 241
Notes 243
References 253
Index 273


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Women's health services United States, Women's health services Political aspects United States, Feminism United States