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'''Carole Anderson and Lee Campbell with Mary Anne Cohen, reprinted in The New Our Bodies, Ourselves, Boston Women's Health Book Collective (1984)''' - "Supporters of [the Human Life Amendment] are often eloquent in their defense of the fertilized egg but are seldom willing to aid the woman whose body nourishes it."[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Abortion] '''Carole Anderson and Lee Campbell with Mary Anne Cohen, reprinted in The New Our Bodies, Ourselves, Boston Women's Health Book Collective (1984)''' - "Supporters of [the Human Life Amendment] are often eloquent in their defense of the fertilized egg but are seldom willing to aid the woman whose body nourishes it."[http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Abortion]

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Carole Anderson and Lee Campbell with Mary Anne Cohen, reprinted in The New Our Bodies, Ourselves, Boston Women's Health Book Collective (1984) - "Supporters of [the Human Life Amendment] are often eloquent in their defense of the fertilized egg but are seldom willing to aid the woman whose body nourishes it."[1]


Joycelyn Elders, former U.S. Surgeon General, Redbook Magazine (August, 1994). - "[Abortion opponents] love little babies, as long as they're in somebody else's uterus."[2]

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