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Book Review of Choice: a Doctors Experience with the Abortion Dilemma by Don Sloan

Dr. Don Sloan wrote Choice: A Doctor’s Experience with the Abortion Dilemma in 1992, when it was titled Abortion: A Doctor’s Perspective, a Woman’s Dilemma. The book was re-released in 2002 with the new title. By 2002, Dr. Don Sloan … Continue reading

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Book Review: Life Choices: The Teachings of Abortion

Even though I’m pro-life, I read pro-choice books to get another perspective and to learn as much about the issue as possible.I don’t have a lot of qualms about giving a bad review to this one. The book was basically … Continue reading

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Disappearing Daughters by Gita Aravamudan: A Review

Very, very powerful. So much information, so much heart rending information. It really illustrates how bad the situation is in India. I like the fact that the person who wrote this did so much research, interviewing so many people who … Continue reading

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The Ambivalence of Abortion by Linda Bird Francke Book Review

In the book The Ambivalence of Abortion, Linda Bird Francke tells the stories of women who have had abortions, the men who are their partners, and the clinic workers and who deal with abortion on a day to day basis. … Continue reading

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