Australian feminists continue to talk about how scientific advances should or might change views on later-term abortions in Never An Easy Choice. One feminist who works in academia, though, says that it is dangerous for women to talk about this in public.
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NATIONAL REVIEW Online's The Corner ~ Kathryn Jean Lopez links to Ap blog, 1/22/07
Associated Press/San Francisco Chronicle: Banno On Boxer and the Illegal Abortion Deaths Urban Legend    *** and ***
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"Godbloggers could, in the best of worlds, become the new apologists...[including] laymen with day jobs: Emily Peterson and Annie Banno, for instance, at the blog After Abortion..."~ Jonathan V. Last, The Weekly Standard online editor, in First Things's "God on the Internet", 12/2005
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- Anti-choicers are just racist. Minorities aren't any more impacted by or having more abortions than whites.
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