Birth Control in America
, New York: Penguin Books, 1974.
A medical, social and legal history of birth control with ancient and foreign cultural references and lengthy section on the folklore of birth control.
Hatcher, Robert A., et. al.
1980-1981. New York: Irvington Publishers, Inc.
Yearly publication offering current information about contraceptive methods written for medical personnel but valuable, accurate resource for teachers.
From Private Vice to Public Virtue,
New York: Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, 1978.
A straightforward, factual account of the birth control movement and American Society since 1830.
Stack, Carol B.,
All Our Kin,
Strategies for Survival in a Black Community. New York: Harper and Row, 1974.
An analysis of family and kinship organization in a ghetto Black community in the United States.
Vivovskis, Maris. An “Epidemic” of Adolescent Pregnancy? Some Historical Considerations.
Journal of Family History,
Reviews bases of government policy and program decisions during Carter and Reagan administrations and contains data on teenage childbearing which questions some of the Guttmacher Institute data.