Biopolitics, Gendered Nationalism, and Abortion: The Influence of the Catholic Church in Poland and Ireland

Poland and Ireland each have some of the world's most restrictive abortion legislation, with abortion being nearly if not entirely criminalized in both countries. The Catholic Church filled a nationalist role, setting the stage for each country to become a modern theocracy.
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