Jennifer Holland

professor of history at the University of Oklahoma, author of “Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement”

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Abortions were considered common in the 19th century. How did the medical procedure become so politicized today?

Anti-abortion movement pushed 50-year crusade to end Roe v. Wade

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