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Published May, 2020
By Trisha T. Pritikin and Richard C. Eymann
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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For more than four decades, the Hanford nuclear weapons facility in Washington State secretly blanketed much of the Pacific Northwest with low-dose ionizing radiation, the byproduct of plutonium production. Trisha Pritikin tells the devastating story of those who were harmed in Hanford's wake and, seeking justice, were subjected to more suffering.

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Published March, 2020
By Trisha T. Pritikin and Richard C. Eymann
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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For more than four decades, the Hanford nuclear weapons facility in Washington State secretly blanketed much of the Pacific Northwest with low-dose ionizing radiation, the byproduct of plutonium production. Trisha Pritikin tells the devastating story of those who were harmed in Hanford's wake and, seeking justice, were subjected to more suffering.

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Published March, 2020
By Laura S. Hussey
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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There is more to the pro-life movement than campaigning against abortion. That, at least, is the logic behind a large and growing network of pro-life pregnancy centres offering "help" to pregnant women. As these centres face increasing scrutiny, this book offers the first social-scientific study of the pro-life pregnancy help movement.

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Published May, 2017
By Daniel Sledge
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Explains why American health policy became divided into separate realms of public health and individual medicine and how this division shapes the contemporary landscape.

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Published May, 2017
By Daniel Sledge
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Explains why American health policy became divided into separate realms of public health and individual medicine and how this division shapes the contemporary landscape.

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Published October, 2015
By Laurie S. Stoff
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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A history of the women who served Russia as wartime nurses during the Great War, featuring heretofore untold and highly compelling stories, filled with danger and deprivation, excitement and opportunity, sorrow and trauma, scandal and controversy.

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Published September, 2015
By Peter Whitewood
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Published May, 2014
By April Michelle Herndon
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Looking through the prisms of gender, race, and class, Herndon traces how the gospel of personal responsibility permeates American thinking about fatness and in the process often victimizes women and children.

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Published January, 2014
By Ian Robert Dowbiggin and Professor of History Ian Dowbiggin
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Dowbiggin traces the concerted and deliberate way in which the old order of looking to family and community for guidance gave way to seeking guidance from marriage and family counseling professionals and what that shift means for American families.

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