The Kennedy Court

Arkes, Hadley
January 2007
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan2007, Issue 169, p11
The article presents an editorial about U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy and his influence on the Supreme Court case Gonzales v. Carhart, a case that tests the federal ban on partial-birth abortion. The author remarks that Kennedy could vote for either side of the case. The possibility of a partial-birth abortion being safer for the mother is discussed.


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