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."

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