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The History of the Anti-Abortion Movement and the Women Who Led It | Amanpour and Company


As the anti-abortion movement evolved in the United States, a group of women influenced the strategy and ideology that persists today. Karissa Haugeberg is a historian and author of “Women Against Abortion.” She speaks with Walter Isaacson to trace the history of the movement and those who shaped it.

Originally aired on June 28, 2022.


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