The First Unalienable Right


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Belmont, Mass.: The Review of the News, 1976. 12mo. Wraps. 6 p. [15486]


"Three and a half years have passed since the Supreme Court approved the death penalty for the innocent and defenseless unborn children of America. More than four million unborn babies have been killed in medical search-and-destroy missions since January 22, 1973, because the Court ruled that they were not 'persons' protected under the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution, and that a woman's alleged 'right to privacy' superceded her baby's right to life".

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