Table of contents for The racket : how abortion became legal in Australia / Gideon Haigh.

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'The girl is killed and I will be hanged' 11
'I won't be alive in the morning' 25
'Not a fit subject for debate' 40
'That old bastard, he knew' 51
'It's not what you say; it's what we say you say' 66
'Boys in a man's world' 82
'She was only dangerous at times' 94
'Hell, we all do it ...' 109
'The b-b-better man won' 124
'I don't think it has anything to do with you' 138
'Look here Doctor, I might have to arrest you' 149
'Didn't you know they were so close to you?' 164
'I don't know whether to shoot myself' 180
'See you in hell, sweetie' 196
Epilogue:'The choice for me' 212
Acknowledgements 226
Bibliography 228

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Abortion Australia History, Abortion Law and legislation Australia, Women Crimes against Australia, Women Australia Social conditions