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Demography

, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp 910–923 | Cite as

Family planning programs in the United States

  • Fredrick S. Jaffe
  • Alan F. Guttmacher
Part V. United States

Keywords

Family Planning Birth Order Family Planning Service Family Planning Program Plan Parenthood 
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© Population Association of America 1968

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  • Fredrick S. Jaffe
  • Alan F. Guttmacher

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