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Starting in the Womb

1. Guttmacher Institute.“In Brief – Facts on Induced Abortion in the United States.” May 2010.

2. Guttmacher Institute. “Abortion in the United States: Incidence and Access to Services, 2005.”

3. Doe vs. Bolton. U.S. Supreme Court. No. 70-40, IV, P.11, Jan. 1973.


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The Long-Term Effects of Abortion

1. M. Gissler et. al. “Injury deaths, suicides and homicides associated with pregnancy, Finland 1987-2000.” European J. Public Health. 15(5):459-63, 2005.

2. B. Garfinkle. Stress, Depression and Suicide: A Study of Adolescents in Minnesota. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Extension Service, 1986).

3. JR Cougle, DC Reardon & PK Coleman. “Depression Associated With Abortion and Childbirth: A Long-Term Analysis of the NLSY Cohort,” Medical Science Monitor 9(4):CR105-112, 2003.

4. Warren Hern.  Abortion Practice. (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1990). p. 175-193.

5. Strahan, T. Detrimental Effects of Abortion: An Annotated Bibliography with Commentary. (Springfield, IL: Acorn Books, 2002) 168-206.

6. Priscilla K. Coleman, Charles D. Maxey, Vincent M. Rue, and Catherine T. Coyle. “Associations between voluntary and involuntary forms of perinatal loss and child maltreatment among low-income mothers.” Acta Paediatrica 94. 2005.

7. N. Maconochie, P. Doyle, S. Prior, R. Simmons. “Risk factors for first trimester miscarriage—results from a UK-population-based case–control study.” BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Dec 2006.

Read accounts from post-abortive women


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Abortion Methods

1. Duramed Pharmaceuticals.  “Plan B Prescribing Information.” 2006.  (Also see citations from “What About Birth Control?” p.5).

2. HRA Pharma. “HRA Pharma Announces FDA Advisory Committee Review of Ulipristal Acetate.” April 2010.

3. HRA Pharma. “Annex 1 Summary of Product Characteristics: ellaOne 30 mg.” September 2009.

4. Food and Drug Administration. “Background for Meeting of Advisory Committee for Reproductive Health Drugs (June 17, 2010).” May 2010.

5. National Abortion Federation.>“What is Medical Abortion?” 2006.

6. RU486Facts.org. “Effectiveness.” 2008.

7. American Pregnancy Association. “Surgical Abortion Procedures.” 2006.

8. National Abortion Federation. “First Trimester Abortion: A Comparison of Procedures.” 2008.

9. National Abortion Federation. “I’m Pregnant. What are my Options?” 2008.

10. American Pregnancy Association. “Surgical Abortion Procedures.” 2006.

11. National Abortion Federation. “I’m Pregnant. What are my Options?” 2008.

12. National Abortion Federation.  “2007 Clinical Policy Guidelines.” 2007.

13. American Pregnancy Association. “Surgical Abortion Procedures.” 2006.

14. Web MD. “Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) for Abortion.” 2006.

15. Testimony of Jill Stanek, RN.  U. S. House of Representatives Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution Hearing. "Born Alive Infants Protection Act of 2001." July 12, 2001.

16. WebMD. “Induction Abortion.” 2006.

17. American Pregnancy Association. “Surgical Abortion Procedures.” 2006. 


What About Birth Control?

1. Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceuticals. “Full US Prescribing Information.”

2. Ibid.

3. Ibid.

4. Pfizer Inc. “Depo-Provera and Depo-subq Provera US Physician Prescribing Information.”

5. Shering-Plough Corporation. “NuvaRing Prescribing Information.”

6. Barr Pharmaceuticals, Inc. “Plan B Full US Prescribing Information.”

7. Barr Pharmaceuticals, Inc. “Paragard Full US Prescribing Information.”

8. Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals.  “How Mirena works.”

9. Larimore and Stranford. Archives of Family Medicine. Feb. 2000.

10. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Terminology Bulletin. September 1965.

11. Barr Pharmaceuticals, Inc. “Plan B Full US Prescribing Information.”

12. Harrison-Woolrych, Mira, MD. “Progestogen-Only Emergency Contraception and Ectopic Pregnancy. Prescriber Update 2002.”

13. Obstet Gynecol. December 2007.

14. Paton, David. “Random Behavior or Rational Choice? Family Planning, Teenage Pregnancy, and STIs.”  Nov. 2003.


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Social Justice Begins in the Womb...

1. “The Drama of Fetal Development.” American Baby. January 1989. p.45.

2. Mayo Clinic Family Health Book. 3rd ed. Harper Resource. 2003.

3. Moore and Persaud. The Developing Human. p.310.

4. Hannibal Hamlin, M.D. “Life or Death by EEG.”  JAMA. Oct. 12, 1964. p.113.

5. T.W. Sadler. Langman’s Medical Embryology. 7th ed. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins. 1995. p.341.

6. J.I.P. deVries, et al. “The Emergence of Fetal Behavior.” Early Human Development. Vol 12. 1985. p.108.

7. Gordon, Debra, MD. “Pregnancy.” The Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine. 2nd ed. pp. 2694-2695.

8. Mayo Clinic Family Health Book. 3rd ed. Harper Resource. 2003. p.268.

9. Valman & Pearson. “What the Fetus Feels.” British Medical Journal. p.234.

10. Mayo Clinic Family Health Book. 3rd ed. Harper Resource. 2003. p.269.

11. Moore and Persaud. The Developing Human. p.428.

12. Flanagan. Beginning Life. pp. 59-65.

13. Cunningham, MacDonald et al. Obstetrics. 18th ed. p.90 & 103.

14. Flanagan. Beginning Life. p.68.

15. Health & Wellness Resource Center. “Normal Growth of a Baby During Pregnancy.” Clinical Reference Systems Annual 2001. p.1391.

16. Kolata, Gina. “Survival of the Fetus: A Barrier is Reached.” New York Times. Mar 18, 1989. p.C1; Browne, Mona Z. “19 Week Early Preemie Wins Life Struggle.” Miami Herald. Oct 4, 1985. p.1A.

17. Gordon, Debra, MD. “Pregnancy.” The Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine. 2nd ed. pp.2694-2695.

18. Ibid.

19. Health & Wellness Resource Center. “Normal Growth of a Baby During Pregnancy.” Clinical Reference Systems Annual 2001. p.1391.

20. Ibid.

21. Ibid.

22. Ibid.

23. Sassone, Robert L. “Interview with Prof. Sir A. William Liley.” The Tiniest Humans. 2nd ed.


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Abortion and Breast Cancer

Adapted with permission from: Breast Cancer Prevention Institute. “Reproductive Breast Cancer Risks and Breast Lobule Maturation.” 2007. Breast Cancer Prevention Institute. “Breast Cancer Risks and Prevention: Fourth Edition.” 2007. Recommended Resource: See www.abortion breastcancer.com.


“But the National Cancer Institute Says…”

1. NCI Summary Report: Early Reproductive Events and Breast Cancer Workshop. updated 3/25/03.

2. Henderson BE, Ross R, Bernstein L Estrogen is a cause of human cancer.” The Richard and Hilda Rosenthal Foundation Award Lecture. Cancer Res 1988;48:246-53.

3. Cogliano V, et al. “Carcinogenicity of combined oestrogen-progestagen contraceptives and menopausal treatment.” Lancet Oncol 2005;6:552-3.

4. NCI Fact Sheet 3.13. “Oral contraceptives and cancer risk: questions and answers.” Reviewed 5/4/06.

5. Segi M, Fukushima I, Fujisaku S, Kurihara M, Saito S, Asano K, Kamoi M. “An epidemiological study on cancer in Japan.” GANN 1957;48(Suppl):1-63

6. Brind J, Chinchilli VM, Severs WB, Summy-Long J. “Induced abortion as an independent risk factor for breast cancer: a comprehensive review and meta-analysis.” J Epidemiol Community Health 1996;50:481-49622.


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Reproductive Racism

1. Black, Edwin. War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race, New York, Four Walls Eight Windows. 2003. p. 19.

2. Ibid. p. 135.

3. Fairchild, Henry Pratt. “Programs and Wishes For 1933.” Birth Control Review, Volume XVII, Number 1 (January 1933), p. 5.

4. Letter from Sanger to Dr. W. E. Burghardt DuBois, 11 November 1930, New York, MSCLC. DuBois served as director of research for the NAACP and as the editor of its publication, The Crisis, until 1934.

5. Sanger, Margaret, The Pivot of Civilization, Humanity Press, 1922, chapter 4,5.

6. U.S. Census Bureau. “Population Estimates National – Characteristics National Sex, Age, Race, and Hispanic Origin Annual Estimates of the White Alone Not Hispanic, Black or African American Alone, and Hispanic Resident Population by Sex and Age for the United States: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2009.” 2009.

7. Guttmacher Institute. “Characteristics of U.S. Abortion Patients, 2008.” 2010.

8. U.S. Census Bureau. “U.S. Hispanic Population Surpasses 45 Million Now 15 Percent of Total.” 2008.


The Overpopulation Myth

1. Bailey, Ronald. ed. Earth Report 2000: Revisiting the True State of the Planet.  McGraw-Hill: 2000. p. 64.

2. Longman, Phillip. The Empty Cradle: How Falling Birthrates Threaten World Prosperity. Basic Books: 2004. p.8.

3. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division 2007. “World Population Prospects: The 2006 Revision”p. 9.

4. Jackson, Richard and Neil Howe. “The Graying of the Great Powers: Demography and Geopolitics in the 21st Century.”  Center for Strategic and International Studies. 2008.

5. The World Factbook 2009 – North America:: United States:: People. Washington, DC: Central Intelligence Agency. 2009.

6. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division. “World Fertility Patterns 2009.”

7. Demographic Winter video. 2008.

8. Graham, Stephen, “Germans Get Incentives for Having Babies.” l. The Washington Post. Jan 3, 2007.

9. Chivers, C.J., “Putin Urges Plan to Reverse Slide in Birth Rate”. New York Times. May 11, 2006.

10. “Dwindling Germans Review Policies.” BBC News. March 28, 2006.

11. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. “New Demographic Regime: Population Challenges and Policy Responses.” Chapter 4. 2004.

12. Meyer, Michael. “Birth Dearth.” Newsweek, Inc.  September 27, 2004.

13. Jackson. op. cit., p. 10.

14. Longman. op. cit., pp. 3-5.

15. Jackson.  op. cit. p., 29.

16. Shorto, Russell. “No Babies ” The New York Times Magazine. June 29, 2008.

Recommended Resource: Demographic Winter: The Decline of the Human Family. 2008. (Order at www.demographicwinter.com)


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What About Rape and Incest

1. Family Research Council. The ‘Hard Cases’ of Abortion. 2000. p.11.

2. Mahkorn, “Pregnancy and Sexual Assault,” The Psychological Aspects of Abortion, eds. Mall & Watts, (Washington, D.C., University Publications of America, 1979) 55-69.

3. Family Research Council. The ‘Hard Cases’ of Abortion. 2000. p.16.

4.David C. Reardon, Julie Makimaa, and Amy Sobie. Victims and Victors. Acorn Books, Springfield, IL 2000. pp. 15-17. For further information see www.afterabortion.org.


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The Science of Sex

1. Brizendine, Louann, MD. The Female Brain. Broadway Books: 2006. p. 68-72.

2. Winslow JT, Hastins N, Carter CS, Harbaugh CR, and Insel TR.  “ A Role for Central Vasopressin in Pair Bonding in Monogamous Prairie Voles.”  Nature.  Vol. 365, no. 6446, (Oct 7 1993), pp. 545-8.

3. Wang Z, Young LJ, De Vries GJ, and Insel TR.  “Voles and Vasopressin:  A Review of Molecular, Cellular, and Behavioral Studies of Pair Bonding and Paternal Behaviors.” Progress in Brain Research.  Vol. 119 (1998), pp. 483-99.

4. Keroak, Eric, M.D. “Oxytocin: Is This Nano-Peptide a Chemical Type of Human Super-Glue?” PowerPoint Presentation. 2006.

5. Ibid.


Did You Know?

1. Doe vs. Bolton, U.S. Supreme Court, No.70-40, IV, P.11, Jan 1973.

2. Guttmacher Institute. “Abortion in the United States: Incidence and Access to Services, 2005.”

3. Guttmacher Institute. “In Brief – Facts on Induced Abortion in the United States.” May 2010.

4. Ibid.

5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Abortion Surveillance – United States, 2006.” Surveillance Summaries. Nov. 27, 2009. MMWR; 58 (No.SS-08). Table 3.

6. U.S. Census Bureau. “Population Estimates National – Characteristics National Sex, Age, Race, and Hispanic Origin Annual Estimates of the White Alone Not Hispanic, Black or African American Alone, and Hispanic Resident Population by Sex and Age for the United States: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2009.” 2009.

7. Guttmacher Institute. “Characteristics of U.S. Abortion Patients, 2008.” 2010.

8. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Abortion Surveillance - United States, 2006.” Surveillance Summaries. Nov. 27, 2009. MMWR 2; Table 7.

9. Color Atlas of Life Before Birth, Marjorie England, Yearbook Publishers.


Breaking the Chains of Injustice

1. M Rue et. al. “Induced abortion and traumatic stress: A preliminary comparison of American and Russian women.” Medical Science Monitor 10(10): SR5-16 (2004).

2. C. Krulewitch et. al. “Hidden from view: violent deaths among pregnant women in the District of Columbia 1988–1996.” Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, Vol. 46, Issue 1, 4-10 (2001).

3. The Economist. “The War on Baby Girls.” March 2010.

4. The New York Times. “U.S. Births Hint at Bias for Boys in Some Asians.” June 2009.

5. Sadler, T.W. Langman’s Medical Embryology.  7th edition. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins 1995. p. 31.

6. World Economic Forum. “Global Gender Gap Report 2009.” 2009.

7. Ibid.

8. Thorne-Thompson, Aimée. Pro-Choice Public Education Project. “Keep Abortion Safe and Legal? Yes. Make It Rare? Not the Point.” RH Reality Check. Apr. 2009.

9. “Demographic Situation in Poland.” Center of Information Systems of Health Care. Statistics Research Program of Public Statistics. 2001-2003.

10. Forrester MB, Merz RD. “Prenatal diagnosis and elective termination of Down syndrome in a racially mixed population in Hawaii, 1987-1996.” Prenat Diagn 19(2):136-41. 1999.

11. Kramer RL, Jarve RK, Yaron Y, Johnson MP, Lampinen J, Kasperski SB, Evans MI. “Determinants of parental decisions after the prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.” Am J Med Genet 79:172-174. 1998.

12. Caruso TM, Westgate MN, Holmes LB. “Impact of prenatal screening on the birth status of fetuses with Down syndrome at an urban hospital, 1972-1994.” Genet Med 1(1): 22-8. 1998.

13. Wertz, DC. “The Impact of Prenatal Diagnosis on Down Syndrome, Anencephaly and Spina Bifida.” GeneSage, GeneLetter. 1997.

14. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Abortion Surveillance – United States, 2004.” Surveillance Summaries Nov. 23, 2007. MMWR 2007; 56 (No.SS-9). Table 19.

15. Calderone, Mary. Journal of Health. “Illegal Abortion as a Public Health Problem.” 50 (July 1960):949.