THE ABOLITION OF WOMAN: HOW RADICAL FEMINISM IS BETRAYING WOMEN

  THE ABOLITION OF WOMAN: HOW RADICAL FEMINISM IS BETRAYING WOMEN Fiorella Nash (Ignatius Press, 2018, 240 pp., softcover, $17.95) Reviewed by W. Ross Blackburn _________________________________________ The abortion movement is built upon a foundation of euphemism,...
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KILLING IN THE NAME OF HEALING: CONFRONTING MEDICAL HOLOCAUSTS PAST AND PRESENT

  KILLING IN THE NAME OF HEALING: CONFRONTING MEDICAL HOLOCAUSTS PAST AND PRESENT William C. Brennan (Franciscan University Press, 2021, hardcover, 299 pages, $40) Reviewed by John M. Grondelski _______________________________________________________________________ The 75th...
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THE FAMILY ROE: AN AMERICAN STORY

THE FAMILY ROE: AN AMERICAN STORY Joshua Prager (W.W. Norton and Company, 2021, hardcover, 655 pages, $35) Reviewed by Maria McFadden Maffucci _______________________________________________ Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade, died in 2017 at the age of 69. In 2020,...
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A Prescient Take on Post-Modern Times

In an essay that appeared in this journal about a year ago titled “My Pilgrim’s Progress,” I explored how moral failure and cultural erosion have produced a nether state where the most affluent among us, the most privileged, are nevertheless a lost and unhappy lot. I also...
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“Every Moment Is Precious”

  As we can see in the debate anticipating the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson, many abortion arguments boil down to the question of when the occupant of the womb should be considered a human being. Prolifers—and biology textbooks—state the obvious...
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BOOKNOTES: FREIHEIT!: THE WHITE ROSE GRAPHIC NOVEL

The White Rose produced a total of six leaflets dwelling on the immorality of the Nazi regime and its actions, the impossibility of winning the war, and the necessity for Germans to reclaim their country through passive resistance and sabotage of the war effort. Isolated lines...
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