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moral property of women

a history of birth control politics in America

by Linda Gordon

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana and Chicago .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- United States -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesHistory of birth control politics in America
      StatementLinda Gordon.
      ContributionsGordon, Linda.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.U5 G66 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 446 p. ;
      Number of Pages446
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3551970M
      ISBN 100252027647
      LC Control Number2002001551

      An observable gap in scholarship is a comprehensive ethical reflection on the portrayal of wisdom as feminine in the book of Proverbs and its implication for wisdom ethics.   A Vindication of the Rights of Woman With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects Language: English: LoC Class: HQ: Social sciences: The family, Marriage, Sex and Gender: Subject: Feminism Subject: Women's rights -- Great Britain Subject: Women -- Education -- Great Britain Subject: Women -- History -- 19th century Category: Text: EBook-No.

      In The Moral Landscape, Sam Harris () proposes that science can be used to identify values, which he defines as “facts that can be scientifically understood: regarding positive and negative social emotions, retributive impulses, the effects of specific laws and social institutions on human relationships, the neurophysiology of happiness and suffering, etc.” (pp. 1–2).   The chastity of women is of all importance, as all property depends on it. Dr Johnson A woman who has lost her honour, imagines that she cannot fall .

      This listing is for the cloth over board, hardcover book, pages, small 4"x". There are no illustrations. WOMAN IN AMERICA; Being an Examination into the Moral and Intellectural Condition of American Female Society. by Mrs. A.J. Graves. Harper & Brothers, New York Newer binding for a library in 4" by 6 1/4" hardcover. Chapters include domestic women, fashionable women Seller Rating: % positive. Start studying World Civ Test 2 Book Questions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. If women own half of the property in the marriage, they should assume the right to vote as well. Her hope for moral change: She wanted prostitutes placed in .


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Choice Magazine's Outstanding Academic Books for The only book to cover the entire history of birth control and the intense controversies about reproduction rights that have raged in the United States for more than years, The Moral Property of Women is a thoroughly updated and revised version of the award-winning historian Linda Gordon's classic history Woman's Body, Woman /5(84).

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Faulkner, M. Book Review: The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control in America. AFFILIA: Journal of Women and Social Work, 25(2), Book Description: Linda Gordon's classic study, The Moral Property of Women, is the most complete history of birth control ever written.

It covers the entire history of the intense controversies about reproductive rights that have raged in the United States for more than years, from the earliest attempts of women to organize for the legal control of their bodies to the effects of second.

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (), written by the 18th-century British proto-feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, is one of the earliest works of feminist it, Wollstonecraft responds to those educational and political theorists of the 18th century who believed that women should not receive a rational education.

The Moral Property of Women: In the first years of the last century, a physician writing about reproduction lamented, “By that damnable sin-the avoidance of offspring-our women are no longer compelled to stay at home.

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It is the only book to cover the entire history of the intense controversies about reproductive rights that have raged in the United States for more than by: The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America Linda Gordon University of Illinois Press Paperback pages March The author, Linda Gordon, is a history professor at New York University with prize-winning books already to her credit.

Choice Magazine's Outstanding Academic Books for The only book to cover the entire history of birth control and the intense controversies about reproduction rights that have raged in the United States for more than years, The Moral Property of Women is a thoroughly updated and revised version of the award-winning historian Linda Gordon's classic history Woman's Body, Woman's Right.

The women in were as moral as we are today; the only difference is in what was deemed acceptable and unacceptable behavior by society. With a greater voice women today can state that: "My values or morals may not be the same as yours, but they are just as important and viable.".

"The only book to cover the entire history of birth control and the intense controversies about reproduction rights that have raged in the United States for more than years, The Moral Property of Women is a thoroughly updated and revised edition of the award-winning historian Linda Gordon's classic history Woman's Body, Woman's Rights, originally published in "--Provided by publisher.

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The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America Linda Gordon University of Illinois Press (Nov 6, ) $ (pp) In the first years of the last century, a physician writing about reproduction lamented, “By that damnable sin-the avoidance of offspring-our women are no longer compelled to stay.

The only book to cover the entire history of birth control and the intense controversies about reproduction rights that have raged in the United States for more than years, "The Moral Property of Women" is a thoroughly updated and revised version of the award-winning historian Linda Gordon's classic history "Woman's Body, Woman's Right.

One of the most notable risk factors for ethical laxity is one that all of the above offenders share: Being a man. A number of studies demonstrate that men have lower moral standards than women, at least in competitive contexts. For example, men are more likely than women to minimize the consequences of moral misconduct, to adopt ethically questionable tactics in strategic endeavors.

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The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America Linda Gordon (University of Illinois Press,pp) Linda Gordon, a history professor at New York University, traces the social movement for reproductive and contraceptive rights, as well as the opposition thereto, through the past years.

Gilligan argues that the issue is not one of moral superiority or inferiority, but rather that men and women have ''two disparate modes of experience'' that .