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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 November 2022

Sally Sheldon
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University of Bristol and University of Technology Sydney
Gayle Davis
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University of Edinburgh
Jane O'Neill
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University of Edinburgh
Clare Parker
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University of Adelaide
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The Abortion Act 1967
A Biography of a UK Law
, pp. 306 - 335
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