Abortion foes differ on tactics

May 1996
Christian Century;5/22/96, Vol. 113 Issue 18, p566
Reports that Christian Coalition executive director Ralph Reed has proposed a wording change in the Republican Party's antiabortion plank and urged religious conservatives to cool their rhetoric against President Bill Clinton and homosexuals. Antiabortion leaders' issuance of a statement demanding that the existing Republican antiabortion plan be adopted without any change or deletion.


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