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Sidney Kingsley
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Research the abortion issue in the United States from the 1930s to the present day. How did abortion come to be legalized? Which groups support and which oppose abortion today? What are the reasons given by each side for their viewpoints?

The 1930s saw a number of important discoveries in the medical and surgical fields. Research what accomplishments doctors made during this period and explain how these accomplishments affected the quality of life and health.

Kingsley's other plays also focus on important social issues. Read either Dead End or Detective Story. Then analyze the selected work in terms of what social problem(s) it presents and any solutions suggested.

Nena Couch writes in her introduction to Sidney Kingsley, Five Prizewinning Plays that Kingsley's "pioneering work for the stage led the way for new genres," such as hospital and doctor dramas like ER. Compare Men in White...

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