A Pro-Life Loss of Nerve?

Fitzpatrick, James K.
December 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec2000, Issue 108, p35
Comments on issues related to the use of violence in pro-life movements in the United States. Discussion on the hypocritical nature of pro-life activists; Possible reasons for the reluctance of activists to resort to violence in pursuing a cause; Controversies surrounding legal abortion.


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