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Book Reviews erosion of Catholic opposition made politicians less reluctant to contemplate decriminalizing contraception. This was accomplished in the 1969 revision of the Criminal Code but, the book convincingly argues, it did not end state interference in the bedrooms of the nation. Abortion remains a contentious issue and the provision of contraceptives has more to do with the male-dominated interests of government and business than with meeting women's needs. The authors make no claim to bedoi:10.1017/s0025727300049851 fatcat:o2c2fs3ilfd6vfw4blqextfole