THE CASE FOR A TWO-AMENDMENT STRATEGY
W. H. Marshner
Abortion and slavery, Dred Scott and Roe v. Wade: how many times have we used that analogy? We have used it for the moral light it sheds on the pro-life cause. May I suggest that it also sheds historical light?
I think it illuminates our political position.
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“NOW’s” Day Off Outrage More Of A Whine
By WILLIAM H. MARSHNER
May 22, 1975
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Members of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, and the so-called Catholics for a Free Choice staged a three-hour protest march in front of the residence of the Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Jean Jadot, on Sunday, May 11th — Mother’s Day.
The purpose of the march was to celebrate a mother’s legal right to kill her unborn children and to attack the Roman Catholic Church for its alleged role in seeking to restrict this “right.”
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Hugh Scott Moves To “Restrict” Abortion
By W. H. MARSHNER
(Special to The Wanderer)
March 13, 1975
WASHINGTON – Hugh Scott (R., Pa.), Minority Leader of the Senate since 1969 and one of the most powerful allies of Planned Parenthood in Washington, has begun drafting a constitutional amendment to “restrict” abortion.
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