It is a rich resource on the topic.
Of course, you'll want to challenge its premises and assertions. Let me know your thoughts.
Clark Edward and Corliss Patten’s Human Embryology, at 30 (McGraw–Hill Inc.)
Keith L. Moore, Before We Are Born: Essentials of Embryology, at 2 (7th edition. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders, 2008)
Morris Krieger “The Human Reproductive System” at 88 (Sterling Pub. Co 1969).
Leslie Brainerd Arey, “Developmental Anatomy” at 55 (7th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders, 1974)
Thibodeau, G.A., and Anthony, C.P., Structure and Function of the Body, at 409-419 (8th edition, St. Louis: Times Mirror/Mosby College Publishers, St. Louis, 1988).
Turner, J.S., and Helms, D.B., Lifespan Developmental, at 53 (2nd ed., CBS College Publishing 1983).
Fill blank one in with embryos, Jews, African slaves, Native Americans, or Japanese Americans.
And you can fill in the third blank with abortion, the Holocaust, slavery, the trail of tears, or internment.