The value of human life

November 1984
America;11/10/1984, Vol. 151 Issue 14, p285
Editorial. One of the most important tasks facing the U.S. is the creation of a moral consensus on the value of human life at all stages of its existence. The creation of that consensus requires, in the public debate, a new style that respects the complexity of the public policy issues involved, and a new substance that recognizes the analogical connections between the issues of war, poverty and abortion.


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