Women, Health and Nation: Canada and the United States since 1945

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction 3
1 Comparative Perspectives on Canadian and American Women's Health Care since 1945 15
2 "An Illness of Nine Months' Duration": Pregnancy and Thalidomide Use in Canada and the United States 45
3 "A Kind of Genetic Social Work": Sheldon Reed and the Origins of Genetic Counselling 67
4 Marty Mann's Crusade and the Gendering of Alcohol Addiction 84
5 Marketing Menopause: Science and the Public Relations of Premarin 101
6 On the Cutting Edge: Science and Obstetrical Practice in a Women's Hospital, 1945-1960 123
7 Mission to Mothers: Nuns, Latino Families, and the Founding of Sante Fe's Catholic Maternity Institute 144
8 "Midwife Preferred": Maternity Care in Outpost Nursing Stations in Northern Canada, 1945-1988 161
9 Pursuing Conception: A Physician's Experience with In Vitro Fertilization 189
10 "Guides to Womanhood": Gynaecology and Adolescent Sexuality in the Post-Second World War Era 199
11 Nursing and Colonization: The Work of Indian Health Service Nurses in Manitoba, 1945-1970 223
12 Race, the State, and Caribbean Immigrant Nurses, 1950-1962 247
13 Women's Work in Eclipse: Nuns in Quebec Hospitals, 1940-1980 264
14 Scenes from the Psychiatric Hospital 292
15 Subcutaneous Scars: A Black Physician Shares What It Feels Like to Be on the Receiving End of Racial Prejudice, despite a Successful Career 305
16 Writing as Activism: Three Women's Health Documents Show Me a Gynaecologist and I'll Show You a Male Chauvinist (Even If She's a Woman) (1973) 314
(Not Just) Another Day at the Gynecologist (1983) 322
Mom's Secret: She Was One of the Lucky Ones - A Survivor: But No One Was Ever to Know (1998) 324
17 Nursing the Dying in Post-Second World War Canada and the United States 330
18 Crossing the Border for Abortions: California Activists, Mexican Clinics, and the Creation of a Feminist Health Agency in the 1960s 355
19 Policing "Pregnant Pilgrims": Situating the Sterilization Abuse of Mexican-Origin Women in Los Angeles County 379
20 Thinking through the Body and the Body Politic: Feminism, History, and Health-Care Policy in the United States 404
Contributors 421
Index 425
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