May 1996
New Republic;5/13/96, Vol. 214 Issue 20, p8
Supports the decision of the U.S. President Bill Clinton to veto a bill that would have banned the late-term abortion method dubbed Intact Dilation and Evacuation on April 10, 1996. Opinion of Bob Dole and the Catholic Church on the decision of Clinton; Description of the late-term abortion process; Reason behind the position that late-term abortions are morally defensible methods of abortion; Argument against restrictions on such abortion.


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