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Appendix Background Papers Reproductive Behavior and Child Survival Among Nineteenth-Century Mormons Lee L. Bean, Geraldine P. Mineau, and Douglas L. Ar~rton Psychosocial Consequences to Women of Contraceptive Use and Controlled Fertility Ruth Dixon-Mueller \ Family Planning Services Based on Reproductive Rislc: A New Strategy of the Mexican Social Security Institute James N. Gribble and Aurora Rabago Mechanisms for the Association of Maternal Age, Parity, and Birth Spacing With Infant Health John G. Haoga Health Effects of Contraception Nancy C. Lee, Herbert B. Peterson, and Susan Y. Chu Maternal Mortality in the European Past Katherine A. Lynch ~3

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114 APPENDIX On the Relationship Between Contraceptive Use and Access to Health Care in Developing Countries Joseph E. Potter Abortion and Contraception Susan M. Rogers Birth Interval and Birth Order Distributions Over Thailand's Fertility Transition Kua Wongboonsin and John Knodel The Relationship Between Maternal Mortality and Fertility Susan Zimicki