FDA approval of oral contraception in 1960 had a transformative effect on women's lives but remains controversial today.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
It’s the Griswold decision fifty years ago this month. It raised women’s incomes and expanded opportunities for their children
SOURCE: The New Republic
by Ann Friedman
The pill is now so common—four out of five sexually active women have used it—that it’s easy to forget that oral contraception was once the stuff of fantasy.
A new PSA shows the lengths that women have gone to in order to prevent unwanted pregnancy
by Dr. Emma Long
Some of the nuance of the Court’s opinion has been overlooked.
by Heather Munro Prescott
We shall see.
SOURCE: National Review
Conrad Black is the author of Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Champion of Freedom, Richard M. Nixon: A Life in Full, and the recently published A Matter of Principle. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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