A New American Compact: Caring about Women, Caring for the Unborn

November 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1992, Issue 27, p43
Reprints the article "A New American Compact: Caring About Women, Caring for the Unborn," which appeared in a July 1992 issue of "New York Times" newspaper. Issues regarding abortion; Information on the Roe vs. Wade U.S. Supreme Court case; Things that advocates of abortion on demand falsely assume.


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