Part three in a series of documentaries and discussions which focus upon issues of the Women's movement, produced by Kay Lindsey. pt.3. The psychology of abortion and birth control. Guests are Lucinda Cisler and James Clapp of Public Education Committee of Parents Aid Society of Hempstead, Long Island, and both members of the Abortion Committee of the National Organization for Women. Cisler clarifies that they are speaking for themselves and not representing their organizations in this discussion. Cisler and Clapp discuss the little-discussed matter of female psychology when she is confronted with the problems of birth control and abortion. Kay Lindsey moderates.
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