On the Abortion Front…

February 1975
National Review;2/14/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p147
This article discusses issues related to abortion in the world with emphasis to the laws in the U.S. It is reported that on the second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's pro-abortion ruling in Doe v. Wade, Senator James Buckley announced that he would reintroduce his Human Life Amendment in the Senate. It is pointed that the West German Constitutional Court is reportedly planning to overturn an easy abortion law passed by the Social Democrat-dominated majority in the Parliament. It is stated that a New York court of appeals has upheld a ruling in a malpractice suit by a woman who sought damages from her doctor on wounds that he failed to diagnose her pregnancy in time for her to get an abortion.


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