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Ellen Goodman

Keep 'choice' in the debate on abortion

By Ellen Goodman
September 22, 2006

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SOMETIMES YOU have to remember exactly what it means to be prochoice. Sometimes the word ``choice" is more than a focus-group label to avoid saying the word ``abortion." Sometimes the slick bumper sticker -- Who Decides? -- actually defines the argument. (Full article: 785 words)

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