In 1973, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a decision that has lived in infamy. Setting aside the history and traditions of that country, the longer legacies of common law, and the will of the people as established by their own legislatures, the seven justices who endorsed the majority opinion of Roe v. Wade imposed a regime that menaced […]

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