SOURCE: Washington Post
Joe Biden will not enjoy the solid support from Catholic Americans that JFK did. But his presidency may force the Church into necessary consideration of its public priorities.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
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The most famous suffragists largely weren’t antiabortion and wanted women to have more control over their bodies.
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The animating belief of eugenics—the state should control the reproduction of poor people, immigrants, and women of color—is central to current abortion politics.
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