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The Abortion Battle Part 1 of 3 #905426

PBS Special for Wednesday, Sep 18, 1985

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Part 1 of a series of partisan programs from both pro-life and pro-choice movements. Hosted by Steve Talbot.

Conceived in Liberty- Is a documentary produced by Right to Life Campaign. Hosted by Jane Chastain, this documentary discusses fetuses’ and women’s rights from both pro-life and pro-choice advocates. Includes interviews with John Wilike, Michael Antonovich, Glen Wong, Justice Harry Blackmun, Robert Byrn, Michael Farris, Janet Benshoot, Gloria Albridge, Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, Jean Doyle, Nanette Falkenberg, Judy Brown, Paul Brown, Faye Wattleton, Sen. Orrin Hatch, Sen. Jesse Helms, Sen. Robert Packwood, Rep. Henry Waxman, Rep. Robert Dornan, and Joe Scheldfer.

So Many Voices-Produced by the National Abortion Rights Action League is a documentary that shows different women in different situations and their reasons for having an abortion or wanting the option to have one. Narrated by Ed Asner and Tammy Grimes. Continues onto disc 2.

Duration:
00:59:20

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