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Priests for Life: The Role of the Religious Right in the Anti-Choice Movement

April 24, 2001
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Thousands marched in Washington D.C. this weekend, for the largest abortion rights rally in recent years. Theywarned congressmen and President Bush not to roll back women’s access to abortion and birth control.

Meanwhile tomorrow, in New York, another major pro-choice rally is expected outside the Waldorf-Astoria, where theNational Right to Life Committee is honoring Frank Pavone, head of Priests for Life. The event is hosted by RobertBork and former Reagan Attorney General Edwin Meese.

Al Ross, director of the Institute for Democracy Studies, talks about the significance of this event.

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  • Al Ross, Director of the Institute for Democracy Studies, former head of International and NationalResearch for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

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