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3) Scholars like Reva Siegel have long charted the development of the pro-life movement's "women protective antiabortion arguments]" and the ways in which the pro-life movement has "supplant[ed] the constitutional argument '[a]bortion kills a baby' with [the] new claim '[a]bortion hurts women.
The pro-life movement has gone through a similar transformation.
Yoest: The pro-life movement will ensure that the protection of life is a central issue in the 2012 elections.
The Pro-Life Movement spent EUR400,000 and received EUR200,000 in donations.
Newly empowered in Congress, ideological Republicans saw that support for the pro-life movement was collapsing in the wake of clinic bombings by extremists, and they turned their attention to bolstering funding for abstinence education instead.
The pro-life movement is driven by "the wish to restrict sexual freedom, enforce sectarian religious views on a pluralistic society, and return women to traditional roles," writes feminist author Katha Pollitt.
When [Jim] Hughes [Campaign Life Coalition president, Toronto] became active in the pro-life movement 30 years ago" wrote Deborah Gyapong in The Catholic Register (August 28 edition), "Mr.
Richard Neuhaus said, "Whatever else it is, the pro-life movement of the last thirty-plus years is one of the most massive and sustained expressions of citizen participation in the history of the United States.
James Salt, director of Catholics United, said the pro-life movement has spent "36 years and at least $100 million" in opposing the ruling, yet has only "incrementally changed the margins.
SIR - Tony Blair has implied that the pro-life movement in the UK offers no alternatives to women in crisis pregnancies.
They also study and follow heavily what Pope John Paul II writes and says, and, inspired by the pope, root themselves in the pro-life movement.