Targets of Hatred: Anti-Abortion Terrorism

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St. Martin's Press, May 4, 2001 - Political Science - 396 pages
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Targets of Hatred charts the development of the anti-abortion movement in North America. Beginning in the years preceding the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion, the book examines the roles played by the Catholic Church, Fundamentalist Protestants, and Republican and Democratic parties, and assesses points of overlap and divergence. The voices of more than 190 providers in the United States and Canada--clinic owners, doctors, nurses, technicians, and their families--give readers an in-depth look at what it means to work in a field in which arson, bombings, harassment, and killing are routine. Filled with dramatic, eye-witness accounts of anti-abortion terrorism, the book demonstrates law enforcement's failure to stem the violence and is a call to arms for concerned individuals.

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This work chronicles events from the front lines in the anti-abortion movement in the United States and Canada over the past 40 years, describing major and minor crimes against family-planning clinics ... Read full review

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Eleanor Bader is a social worker for the Legal Services of New York City and a freelance contributor to Sojourner, The Women's Forum, and various other publications.

Patricia Baird-Windle, formerly an abortion provider, writes and lectures on abortion and feminism.

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