The Supreme Court 2000: A Symposium

Smolin, David M.
October 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct2000, Issue 106, p27
Comments on United States Supreme Court's position on the issue of abortion. Optimism over the decision protecting partial-birth abortion; Validation and protection of abortion bordering on infanticide; Interpretation of the court on Nebraska's statute preventing abortion; Arguments for and against partial-birth abortion.


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