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Abortion proponent: Ignore pro-life “scare tactics”; fear unsafe abortions and poor children instead

Pro-life people should actually be calling themselves “anti-choice.” Most of them probably aren’t educated of the pre-Roe v. Wade realities of abortion or birth control; they simply resort to publicity stunts hinging upon the power of guilt. Scare tactics seem to work well for the pro-life bandwagon. During my undergraduate career at the University of [...]
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