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No Choice: The Destruction of Roe v. Wade and the Fight to Protect a Fundamental Human Right

Becca Andrews

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Women's health

A ground-breaking and deeply moving report from the front lines of the battle to protect a woman's right to abortion

'A powerful, necessary, absolutely captivating account of abortion in America' LESLIE JAMISON
'An invaluable contribution to the discourse and a reminder that abortion has a history that spans centuries' MIKKI KENDALL
'I'll be giving this book as a gift to every woman I know' EMILY RAPP BLACK


On Friday 24 June 2022, women's rights suffered an extraordinary and unprecedented blow. Five US Supreme Court justices made a decision that will impact millions of lives for years to come.

In this gripping blend of reportage and history, journalist Becca Andrews tells the story how we have arrived at this devastating turning point.

NO CHOICE introduces the origin of abortion and its practice in global cultures, before focusing its gaze on the battle that has been waged for the past century across America, shining a light on the eerie ways in which life before Roe will be mirrored in life after. The wealthy and privileged will still have access, low-income people will suffer disproportionately, and pregnancy will be heavily policed.

Taking us to the frontlines - to clinics, courtrooms, local communities, charities - Andrews tells the deeply moving stories of those who have had abortions, and those who have fought - and are fighting - for the right to abortion. There is a glimmer of faint hope, though. As the battle moves to state legislatures around the country, the book profiles the people who are doing ground-breaking, inspiring work to ensure safe, legal access to this fundamental part of healthcare.

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