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    Cover: Battling Bella: The Protest Politics of Bella AbzugBattling Bella: The Protest Politics of Bella AbzugZarnow, Leandra RuthHARDCOVER11/26/2019$35.00
    Cover: After Roe: The Lost History of the Abortion DebateAfter Roe: The Lost History of the Abortion DebateZiegler, MaryHARDCOVER06/08/2015$46.50
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