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The Demographics of Abortion: It's Not What You Think

January 22, 2013

In the 40 years since Roe v. Wade, quite a bit has changed about the abortion debate. Evangelicals have taken the helm of the anti-choice movement, once dominated by Catholics. The movement has shifted strategies repeatedly?from stoking moral outrage and blocking abortion clinics to feigning concern for women?s health and, most recently, passing innocuous-sounding building regulations aimed at eliminating access to abortion. For its part, the pro-choice movement has mellowed since the days radical f

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