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1. This Day in History: Roe v. Wade

On January 22, 1973 the Supreme Court of the United States issued its decision in the famous abortion rights case, Roe v. Wade. To help us look at this important and controversial decision we turned to Kermit Hall’s The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions which offers lively and insightful accounts of over four hundred of the most important cases ever argued before the Court.

Roe. v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973), argued 13 Dec. 1971, reargued 11 Oct. 1972, decided 22 Jan. 1973 by vote of 7 to 2; Blackmun for the Court, Douglas, Stewart, and Burger concurring, White and Rehnquist in dissent.

After the middle of the nineteenth century most states, under the prodding of physicians wishing to establish the scientific stature of their activities, adopted laws severely restricting the availability of abortion. The so-called sexual revolution of the 1950s and 1960s, which fostered increased access to contraceptives and the development of contraceptive drugs, also resulted in an increasing number of situations in which women desired abortions. (more…)

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2. Whole Novel Workshop

You know there is nothing I like more than an intense writing retreat, so I am THRILLED to be able to make this announcement:

This October, Carolyn Coman and Tim Wynne-Jones will be offering a whole novel workshop at the Highlights Foundation.

It is a fantastic opportunity to jump into the writing/revision process with two masters of the craft.

Lucky me--I will be the TA for the week!

If you are interested, please check out the website now. They will only take eight writers, and applications and writing samples are due soon.

Please ask me any questions about this opportunity to develop as a writer!   And according to good sources, Honesdale is gorgeous.  The food is great, and the experience inspiring and motivating.

Email me with questions.....

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3. Opinion: Banning “Gruesome and Inhumane” Abortions

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Laurie Shrage, the author of Abortion and Social Responsibility: Depolarizing the Debate, is a Professor of Philosophy at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Below she looks at the Partial Birth Abortion Act.

Banning “Gruesome and Inhumane” Abortions (more…)

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