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Printed in originally in 1982, and then reprinted twenty years later in 2002, it was written by Goretti Horgan. In 28 pages it is divided into a series of sections including ‘The reality of abortion in Ireland’, ‘Abortion – a class issue’, ‘Reducing the abortion rate’ and ‘Women’s liberation and socialism’. The text was updated to reflect developments in the intervening two decades.
The Introduction notes that:
AT THE start of the 21st century, women in Ireland still do not have the right to control their own bodies. Yet the last twenty years have seen great change in women’s lives and in attitudes to sexuality in Ireland. Abortion is no longer a taboo subject. Radio talk shows have women phoning them, giving their…
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