Jan 22, 2016

Do You Know the Fascinating and Troubling Story About the Real-Life ‘Jane Roe’ — the Woman Behind the Roe vs. Wade Abortion Case? | TheBlaze.com

When it comes to a social issue as contentious as abortion, it's often easy to overlook or ignore the finer details — the key players, the primary events and the notable arguments that have led the cultural discussion to where it stands today. Many Americans likely know little...

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