January 2007
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan2007, Issue 169, p65
The article discusses an article by George McKenna published in the journal "Human Life Review" entitled "Criss-cross: Democrats, Republicans, and Abortion." McKenna's article focuses on how the U.S. Democratic political party came to support abortion, while Republicans are generally against it. The role of Catholic Democrats in the abortion debate is discussed.


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