Abort, Retry, or Ignore?
The Simple Strategy the Political Class Won’t Use to Protect Life
by Hadley Arkes
For the last three or four years we have been at the threshold of the endgame on abortion. But almost no one in the leadership of the Republican party seems to have recognized the moment—or had the will to take even the simplest moves to act upon it. And the simplest moves were all that were needed.
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Hadley Arkes is the Edward Ney Professor of Jurisprudence and American Institutions at Amherst College and one of the authors of the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act. His most recent book is Natural Rights and the Right to Choose (Cambridge).
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