What Economics Can (and Can't) Tell Us About the Legacy of Legal Abortion
From Business : The Atlantic January 23, 2013 - 5:46pm
Studies say Roe v. Wade left the U.S. with fewer births, fewer poor children, and maybe less crime. But researchers still have yet to crack some the biggest questions about the decision's impact, explains Wellesley economist Phillip Levine.
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