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REVIEW When Sex Changed Layne Parish Craig Ó 0 FREE READ FREE READ When Sex Changed · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Nstant childbearing birth control advocates also used less than liberatory language that excluded the poor the mentally ill non whites and others Ultimately Craig argues the debates that began in these early political and literary texts texts that document both the birth control movement’s idealism and its exclusionary rhetoric helped shape the complex legacy of family planning and women’s rights with which the United States and the United Kingdom still struggl.
- When Sex Changed
- Layne Parish Craig
- 09 February 2017