Repealing Ireland's Eighth Amendment: abortion rights and democracy today

  title={Repealing Ireland's Eighth Amendment: abortion rights and democracy today},
  author={Ela Drążkiewicz and Thomas Strong and Nancy Scheper‐Hughes and Hugh Turpin and A Jamie Saris and Joanna Mishtal and Helena Wulff and Brigittine M. French and Paul R. Garvey and Danielle Grace Miller and Fiona Murphy and Louise C. Maguire and M{\'a}ire N{\'i} Mh{\'o}rdha},
  journal={Social Anthropology},
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