Alexandra DeSanctis

Alexandra DeSanctis is a staff writer at National Review and a visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. She is author, with Ryan T. Anderson, of the forthcoming book Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing.

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Tearing Us Apart: A Resource for Reshaping the Abortion Landscape

NATION FACES CHANGED ABORTION LANDSCAPE —Headline, the New York Times, June 26, 2022   Sure enough? The Times, the Times!—America’s narrow-eyed bearer of meat-slab tidings and truths wouldn’t tickle us under the chin with a feather, would it, hoping to provoke a giggl...
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Summer 2022

Summer 22 Cover front and inside back IPM Printed Final THE HUMAN LIFE REVIEW ALSO IN THIS ISSUE VOLUME XLVIII No 3 SUMMER 2022 THE HUMAN LIFE FOUNDATION INC NEW YORK NEW YORK 10.00 PER COPY Appendices Francis X Maier Helen Alvar David F Forte Kody Cooper Booknotes Brian...
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SPRING 2021 FULL ISSUE

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Big Abortion v. David Daleiden

In the middle of the day on April 5, 2016, agents from the California Department of Justice burst into the Orange County apartment of journalist David Daleiden and raided it.1 Less than one year earlier, Daleiden had released shocking footage that he filmed during an elaborate...
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INTRODUCTION Spring 2021

Nearly fifty years after Roe, lines between fact and fiction are indeed indistinguishable, even in science.
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Spring 2022

HLR Spring 2022 Cover PRINTED front and insback Final THE HUMAN LIFE REVIEW FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE ALSO IN THIS ISSUE VOLUME XLVIII No 2 SPRING 2022 William Murchison on LIFE AFTER DOBBS Chuck Donovan on RONALD REAGANS PRO LIFE INFLUENCE ON AMERICA Alexandra DeSanctis on THE...
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The American College of Abortion Advocacy

  Proponents of legal abortion often couch their position in the language of female empowerment, claiming that abortion is necessary to protect women’s freedom, equality, and opportunity. But while supporters often speak about abortion in terms of “women’s rights” and...
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INTRODUCTION Spring 2022

Will a conservatively configured Supreme Court finally put a brake on “top-down enactments like Roe” that attempt to “cram great moral determinations down people’s throats”? That fateful decision, writes senior editor William Murchison, by “shielding pro-choice advocates from the...
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Spring 2021

In the blooming of spring comes new hope that we can start inching back to some kind of normal living. Masks which protect also cover up and in this issue our contributors do some serious unmasking
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