Introduction : women's rights and democratization: the Polish paradox -- "The church was helping us win freedom" : democratic transition and the return of God -- Restricting access to reproductive services : religious power and moral governance -- Women respond : feminist consciousness-raising and activism -- Confessions, Kolda rituals, and other surveillance -- Abortion, Polish style -- The "dying nation" and the postsocialist logics of declining motherhood -- Conclusion : the future of women's rights in Poland.
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