Deirdre English attended the 1980 Convention of the National Right to Life Committee in Anaheim, California. She talks about the way that Committee is organized, who they are, why abortion rights is not a single issue movement, and what it means for American women. She also discusses motivations, thinking, and world view of anti-abortion advocates.Includes phone numbers of abortion rights groups in S.F. and New York. Interview conducted by Adam Hochschild. Both Dierdre English and Adam Hochschild are editors at Mother Jones magazine, and this interview was conducted after the publication of English's article in the magazine entitled The War Against Choice: Inside The Anti-Abortion Movement. Produced by Buster Gonzales.
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