An Irreparable Life by Ann Rossi

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We live in a time of true enlightenment and now it is time for this long buried subject to be brought into the light and to be treated with compassion and understanding. This is an absolutely true story backed up with actual people, places, and legal documents. What happened should not have been legal in our great country. This is proof that religion should not rule any part of our legal system and should be completely separate. As you read this story it will be very hard for you to realize that it took place less than half a century ago and not some time during the middle ages. Our world has changed so much for the better within the past fifty years. In telling my story I hope to shed even more light on forced adoption so that it cannot be so easily accomplished. A shield of protection will be put up against radical religious institutions. Our planet moves forward not backward and this is my wish for all people also. Prepare to be horrified and wrenched.
 

About Ann Rossi

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Born into a Swedish family, Ann Rossi learned English as she was growing up in the United States. She lives in Portland, Maine.
 
Published February 27, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 45 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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