In-house Rhetoric of Pro-life and Pro-choice Special Interest Groups in Minnesota: Motivation and Alienation, Volume 2

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University of Minnesota, 1982 - 780 pages
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One of my graduate seminars required students to read a dissertation, then do a presentation for the group. I chose Vanderford Doyle's dissertation. Vanderford changed my understanding of feminist strategy and of feminism. Reading her dissertation is a landmark in my life. I have cited Vanderford (she dropped the Doyle) in my own writings several times since grad school. I will continue to cite her dissertation as long as feminist leaders use strategies that glorify themselves at the expense of equality for all women. 

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Abortion is a Crime
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Abortion
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