Pro-choice: a new militancy.

Abstract

Davis, a pro-choice advocate, describes the reactions of the abortion rights movement to the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in the 1989 Webster v. Reproductive Health Services case. Viewing the decision that allows individual states to set some restrictions on abortion as a threat to women's reproductive rights, pro-choice advocates have responded "with a new sense of defiance and commitment." Davis describes the demonstrations, sit-ins, and coalitions that give evidence of the new activism of the pro-choice movement.

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@article{Davis1989ProchoiceAN, title={Pro-choice: a new militancy.}, author={Susan E. Davis}, journal={The Hastings Center report}, year={1989}, volume={19 6}, pages={32-3} }