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Women without money and good medical contacts where shut out of facilities for safe abortion. Injuries and fatalities from clandestine ‘‘back-alley’’ abortions increased. Recognition that illegal abortion was widespread and often dangerous led in the 1950s and 1960s to calls for abortion law reform. Medical opinion reversed itself. Physicians began to complain about the hypocrisy and discrimination involved in applying statutory exceptions for abortions designed to preserve the mother’s life, and chafed at restrictions imposed by law rather than as a matter of medical judgment.
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