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|Title:||"Doctors Had Been Killed Across the Country".||
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|Extent:||Transcript; 18 pgs.|
This is an interview with a person who has experience with abortion before and after its legalization in 1973 (after Roe v. Wade). The interviewee discusses the assaults against her friends and family due to their pro-choice activism; two of the murders described were committed by Paul Hill, a radical Christian minister who was executed in Florida in 2003. This is a content warning for readers who are sensitive to content which deals directly with instances of abortion, assault, and gun violence.
Oral history transcript has been redacted to protect the identity of the contributor and the interviewers. This is the only access copy.
Pro-choice movement--United States
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