Roe v. Wade by Marian Faux
The Untold Story of the Landmark Supreme Court Decision that Made Abortion Legal

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From the back-alley clinics of illegal abortionists to the behind-the scene deliberations of the Supreme Court justices, Roe v. Wade is a riveting history of the thorniest ethical debate ever brought before the Supreme Court. this is the bull story behind the struggle of two lawyers, Sarah Weddington and Linda Coffee and their unwed, unemployed, pregnant client Norma McCorvey.

In this updated edition Faux details recent challengesand erosions to the decision—including parental consent laws and bans on partial-birth abortions—and illuminates how the ruling has impacted public attitudes and policy.
 

About Marian Faux

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Marjabelle Young Stewart is one of America's most trusted etiquette experts. Her books include "The New Etiquette"; "Your Complete Wedding Planner"; "Little Ways to Say "I Love You""; "Stand Up, Shake Hands, Say "How Do You Do"" (with Ann Buchwald); and "White Gloves and Party Manners," She is a frequent guest on national talk shows and conducts business-etiquette seminars around the country. She lives in Kewanee, Illinois. Marian Faux, a freelance writer, is the author of several books of nonfiction, including "Successful Freelancing," She lives in New York City.
 
Published December 12, 2000 by Cooper Square Press. 403 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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