Defenders of the unborn : the pro-life movement before Roe v. Wade / Daniel K. Williams.
'Defenders of the Unborn' traces the history of the campaign against abortion in the United States from the 1930s through the 1970s and argues that the pro-life movement (or anti-abortion movement) originated as a human rights campaign grounded in the principles of New Deal liberalism. The...
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