Series Number: 63
Editors’ Note: In the battle for health care reform this past fall the rights to safe, accessible abortion and bodily integrity were among the first casualties. Eesha Pandit looks at the legacy of the Hyde Amendment and the role of the privacy doctrine of Roe v. Wade in this development. The proposes a way forward, not only for political organizing but for thinking about how to reframe the right to abortion and health care.
— Betsy Hartmann and Ellen Gattozzi