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The contraceptive revolution
Westoff, Charles F.
Ryder, Norman B.
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Changing contraceptive mores in Morocco: Population data, trends, gossip and rumours
by: Bowen, Donna Lee
Contraceptive Access and Religious Liberty: Can We Afford to Protect Both?
by: Rienzi, Mark L.
CORPORATE CONSCIENCE AND THE CONTRACEPTIVE MANDATE: A DWORKINIAN READING
by: McClain, Linda C. 1958-
Contraceptive Nonconformity among Catholics
by: Groat, H. Theodore, et al.
American values and contraceptive acceptance
by: Rzepka, Jane Ranney
Family size and contraceptive use among Mormons: 1965-1975
by: Heaton, Tim B. 1949-, et al.
The Catholic Bishops vs. the Contraceptive Mandate
by: Griffin, Leslie C.
The Contraceptive Coverage Cases and the Problem of Politicized Free Exercise Lawsuits
by: Lipper, Gregory M.
Does religion matter in contraceptive use among Ghanaian women?
by: Addai, Isaac
History, community milieu, and Christian-Muslim differentials in contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa
by: Agadjanian, Victor, et al.
Reproduction in the United States 1965
by: Ryder, Norman B., et al.
Hindu-Muslim differentials in family size ideals and contraceptive attitudes & practice in rural Uttar Pradesh
by: Srivastava, Jagdish Narain, et al.
Revolution: European radicals from Hus to Lenin
by: George, Charles H.
College women and fertility values
by: Westoff, Charles F., et al.
Revolution to revolution: Jamāʿat-e-Islāmī in the politics of Pakistan
by: Moten, Abdul Rashid
Revolution in Zion: reshaping African American ministry, 1960 - 1974; a biography in the firstperson
by: Rooks, Charles S.
The attention revolution: unlocking the power of the focused mind
by: Wallace, B. Alan 1950-
What was the Axial Revolution?
by: Taylor, Charles
Revolution without revolution: a new approach to old ideas
by: Nowacki, Walenty
Revolution within the revolution: the first amendment in historical context, 1612 - 1789
by: Estep, William R.