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Part Three: The Abortion Debate

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In 1973, the Supreme Court attempted to define women’s reproductive rights in Roe v. Wade. Rather than settling this debate, that decision spawned the powerful “right to life” movement. In Part Three of the Good Clash series, Meg Mott, Professor of Politics at Marlboro College, Vermont, considers the rational arguments on both sides of the issue as well as the cognitive dissonance each exerts on the other.

Production Date: 
Monday, April 15, 2019 - 10:00