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Doctors, no less than their patients, are susceptible to the workings of myth and the force of social approval, something that Mark Crutcher, a radical anti-abortionist, stated memorably in his incendiary tract Firestorm: A Guerrilla Strategy for a Pro-Life America.(2) "There is a tremendous difference," Crutcher writes, "between what doctors think about abortion, and what they think about abortionists."
Well-known female commentators have recently attempted to recuperate the situation by advocating that activists should respond less to the continual attacks of the anti-abortionist camp.
Anti-abortionist Joel Brind accused the study authors of making gross errors in their research design.
The 44-year-old anti-abortionist says she's standing "by popular demand".
Regular readers may well have wondered who were these "pro-lifers." This expression has very much fallen out of use among the media who prefer the more negative sobriquet "anti-abortionist." Kudos to "The Liberal."
(1) Although a wanted criminal and self-confessed anti-abortionist confessed to mailing some of the letters, he had not been charged.
She is a keen GAA fan, a very vocal anti-abortionist and likes to help out on the family farm.
Unmarried, a strong anti-abortionist, the fact that Paul Murphy is also a Papal Knight of St Gregory may have been seen as a trifle too colourful for Belfast's top job in current delicate times.
Anti-abortionist Meredith Raney admits listing the phone number next to Windle's name--"for women exploited by abortion to call." Raney says he did it "just to aggravate her."
While I wouldn't go as far as the anti-abortionist in labelling doctors performing such procedures as murderers, it goes without saying that unwanted children left to die through lack of support puts us on a level with China or Romania.
Dr Brind, 41, who is a known anti-abortionist, reviewed the studies, including the long-term medical files of a group of Scandinavian women, to arrive at his conclusion.