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Peter Jennings Reporting: The New Civil War #646600

ABC Special for Thursday, Nov 01, 1990

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The first of a two part examination of the issue of abortion with Peter Jennings (ABC), National Right to Life Committee President John Willke, LA Governor Buddy Roemer, AK Governor Bill Clinton, Minnesota Planned Parenthood lobbyist Connie Perpich, Minnesota Sen. F.W. Chmielewski, California State Senate candidates Lucy Killea and Carol Bentley, Bentley campaign manager David Lewis, Killea campaign manager Larry Sheingold, Bishop Leo Maher, Florida Supreme Court Justice Leander Shaw, Florida Right to Life President Ken Connor, Reverend Bobby Welch, former Florida Chief Justice Ray Ehrlich, Pennsylvania State Rep. Stephen Freind, Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood lobbyist Morgan Plante, Pennsylvania State Rep. Karen Ritter, Pennsylvania state Senate candidate Ellen Fisher, Haverford Township (Pennsylvania) Republican Chairman Joseph Kelly, and unidentified others; for information about part two see the record entitled "ABC News Forum: The New Civil War".


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