By Monica Migliorino Miller Ph.D.
each day, millions of children—fragile, blameless, alone—are deserted. they're brutally snuffed from the area and actually left within the trash . . . and it is all criminal. deserted: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the tale of these little ones deserted through abortion, and it's the tale in their brave defenders.
considering that 1976, Monica Miller has made it her life's paintings to protect the unborn: she has recommended pregnant ladies outdoor abortion clinics and arranged pro-life teams and sit-ins at a lot of those self same clinics. She has blocked abortionists vehicles, been arrested, and long past to penitentiary. and she or he has pulled the our bodies of hundreds of thousands of unborn infants out of dumpsters and given them a formal burial.
Abandoned: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the profound, breathtaking, and sometimes bold trip of 1 girl, however it is far greater than that. it's a background of the Pro-Life circulate considering that Roe vs. Wade, a suspenseful, true-life story of existence and loss of life, an insightful investigate the original and poor horror of abortion, and a plea for the safety of the main helpless and blameless individuals of the human family.
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Extra resources for Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars
She was hoping to receive at least some counseling before she made her decision. “I wanted to know how abortion might affect me physically and mentally and I wanted to know if the fetus was human,” Donna explained to me with bitterness in her voice. “But before I received any counseling Raphael and I had to pay for the abortion. My blood was drawn, and I was told to undress, and they gave me a hospital gown and those paper slippers to wear. I was prepped for an abortion I wasn’t even sure I wanted!
And this is the story I have to tell. As it turned out, I threw myself into the defense of a people nobody wanted, the unborn marked for abortion. This story begins in 1976, the year I became aware of something called the “Pro-life movement” and takes the reader through 1994—the year that the anti-abortion clinic blockades basically came to an end, an activity that I pioneered, for which I went to court, and for which I served time in jail. Thus this story is a slice of time—an important episode in the history of the anti-abortion movement seen through a narrative microscope.
She must have caught the expression of horror that passed over my face. “Aw, don’t worry, Mon. ” She gave another nervous giggle. It sometimes seemed that Sheila, knowing my moral sensitivity, took pleasure in saying things that shocked me. Now I was even more distressed. This was new to me. It had never occurred to me that someone would actually have more than one abortion. ” I left her apartment and stood on the dark sidewalk. I felt dazed and suddenly sick to my stomach. My head and heart pounded with the news of an impending death that I felt powerless to prevent.
Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars by Monica Migliorino Miller Ph.D.