Historian of Medicine's Washington Post Op-Ed on Miscarriage and the Abortion Debate

[Originally posted to H-Sci-Med-Tech, Thursday, June 28, 2018. Cross-posted to H-Scholar by Margaret DeLacy, Tuesday, August 14, 2018.]

I'm sharing a link to a Made by History/Perspective essay in The Washington Post (June 26, 2018) by historian of medicine and independent scholar, Lara Freidenfelds (my colleague in the Princeton Research Forum): 

"How the abortion debate has skewed Americans’ understanding of pregnancy."

"The Post" Film Renews Interest in Pentagon Papers

Steven Spielberg’s latest film, The Post, has generated renewed interest in the history surrounding the Pentagon Papers and Daniel Ellsberg’s role, only briefly highlighted in the film.

The Oscar-nominated documentary The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers presents the full backstory of the man who started it all, the Vietnam War, and the top-secret papers he revealed.

BLOG: Decisions more than a century ago explain why the U.S. has failed Puerto Rico in its time of need [Imperial & Global Forum]

“The Ill-Fated Sister:—A Case of Unjust Discrimination.” A forlorn female Puerto Rico looks on as President McKinley rides past, carrying a well-dressed female Hawaii and Uncle Sam on a buggy labeled “Free Trade.” Puck 47 (April 25, 1900).


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