Sarah Palin: "Every Child Is Created Special, with Awesome Purpose and Amazing Potential."

June 2011
National Right to Life News;Jun/Jul2011, Vol. 38 Issue 6/7, p5
A letter is presented from former Alaska governor Sarah Palin to her family explaining the joy in welcoming a Down's Syndrome child named Trig into their family.


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