While federally-funded family planning began as a bipartisan movement, it has evolved into a contentious argument over sexuality, welfare, the role of women, and the perceived breakdown of traditional family values. Kojo speaks with the author of a new book that looks at the political history of the debate over birth control and abortion.


  • Donald T. Critchlow Author, founding editor of "Journal of Public History," and fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center

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