How we got to where we are today, Michele A’Court

Risking Their Lives: New Zealand Abortion Stories 1900-1939
Margaret Sparrow
Victoria University Press, $40.00,
ISBN 9781776561636

Dear Len, I am afraid my boy friend is just another dirty rotten Aussie. I don’t think he ever had any intention of doing anything to help me … he’s all gas and wind … I haven’t any right to ask you to do this for me but would you go and see that Chemist who you said might do it and ask how much he charges … I will be grateful to you all my life and will never forget how straight and swell you are … Cheerio. Joan.

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