Quoted in Robert Marshall, Charles Donovan
Blessed Are the Barren: The Social Policy of Planned Parenthood (San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press 1991)
He will replace Charles Donovan
who is retiring after more than 20 years of service at MSCU.
He is survived by his two brothers-in-law Charles Donovan
and George Graw.
of the Family Research Council announced that Robertson's remarks left him "saddened and surprised." Marshall Wittman, a former head of the Christian Coalition's Washington office, predicted that the interview "would probably mean [the Coalition's] demise." In a clarification released the next day, Robertson regretted that he had not used the opportunity to reiterate his opposition to abortion, but insisted that he was merely expressing the "obvious" point that "the Chinese people ...