JANUARY
1998

25 Reasons

By Darla St. Martin

Twenty-five years ago on January 22, 1973, the pro-abortion celebrated their complete and final victory - - or so they thought. The Supreme Court had settled the abortion question once and for all. It had struck down every protective abortion law in the country, and it looked inevitable that the lives of other vulnerable persons would be in imminent danger as well.

(From left to right) David N. O'Steen, Ph.D., NRLC executive director; Wanda Franz, Ph.D., NRLC president; and Darla St. Martin, NRLC associate executive director.



 

The Pro-Life Movement:
A Family With
Many Faces

Jean Garton's two adopted grandchildren: Carissa (left) came from Taiwan, while Claire was born in Korea. Claire miraculously survived an abortion but lost her right arm from the shoulder down.

By Jean Garton

A national newspaper column once carried a letter from the mother of two young sons. It told of how, at a mall one day, a stranger observed that her boys didn't look at all alike. Her six-year-old took it upon himself to explain the difference. "I'm adopted," he said. "That's when you have the same family but not the same face."



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From the President

Wanda Franz, Ph.D.

25 Years of
Roe v. Wade
and
The Cultural Collapse

With the birth of every child, the world becomes new again. Within each new infant lies enormous potential­potential for loving, for learning, and for making life better for others. But this potential must be nurtured. Just as seeds need fertile soil, warm sunshine, and gentle rain to grow, so do our children need a caring environment, the security of knowing they are loved , and the encouragement and opportunity to make the most of their God-given talents. There is no more urgent task before us, as a people and as a Nation, than creating such an environment for America's children.

From a presidential proclamation for "National Children's Day," released by the White House, October 10, 1997, at 3:50 p.m. That same day, at 4:30 p.m., the White House reported that Bill Clinton had vetoed the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act.


NRL NEWS ARCHIVE

DECEMBER 9, 1997
 
 

 

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