Abortion, Contraception, and Population Policy in the Soviet Union

  title={Abortion, Contraception, and Population Policy in the Soviet Union},
  author={David M. Heer},
  • D. Heer
  • Published 1 March 1965
  • Political Science
  • Demography
ResumenA pesar de su sesgo antimaltusiano, la actual doctrina sovietica muestra claramente que la regulación del tamaño y del crecimiento de la población es uno de las funciones del estado, Dos medidas recientes de la Unión Soviética: la relegalización del aborto y un nuevo impulso a la difusión del uso de méiodos contraceptivos deberían considerarse como anti-natalistas.Por otra parte, todas las declaraciones recientes de la Unión Soviética destacan quela tasa de natalidad actualde los Soviets… 

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