[24] For the most detailed description of the inside story of the Papal Birth Control Commission, see Robert McClory, Turning Point (New York: Crossroad, 1995). Other helpful accounts are given by a Vatican II reporter, Robert Blair Kaiser, The Politics of Sex and Religion: A Case History in the Development of Doctrine (Kansas City: Leaven Press, 1985) and by a Benedictine monk, Philip S. Kaufman, Why You Can Disagree [with the Pope on Birth Control] and Remain a Faithful Catholic (New York: Crossroad, 1992). More recently: Gerald Slevin, "New birth control commission papers reveal Vatican's hand," National Catholic Reporter (23 March 2011:http://ncronline.org/news/vatican/new-birth-control-commission-papers-reveal-vaticans-hand).