Academic Integrity Betrayed

Bradley, Gerard V.
August 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1990, Issue 5, p10
Comments on the brief submitted by U.S. historians in support of the decision in the case Roe versus Wade. Flaw in the argument on the supposed legality of abortion at common law; Discussion of the claim that concern for the life of the fetus became a motivation for opposition to abortion; Criticisms of the book "Abortion in America," by James Mohr.


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