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Soloway examines the origins of the modern birth control movement in England in the wider context of the dramatic decline in fertility that first became apparent in the 1880s. He concludes that the response of individuals and organizations drawn into the debate over birth control and the consequences of diminished fertility mirrored their attitudes toward the profound social, economic, moral, political, and cultural changes altering Great Britain and its influential position in the world.
Originally published 1982.
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  • ISBN13: 9780807897836
  • Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
  • Pubilcation Year: 1982
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00438
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FormatPaperback
Publication DateJanuary 27, 2011
Pages438
Primary CategoryHistory/Europe - Great Britain - General

Birth Control and the Population Question in England, 1877-1930

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