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cracks in the dike

By Diogenes (articles ) | Feb 15, 2005

Australia's Selena Ewing writes an essay on abortion commendable for its spunk and remarkable for its place of publication, Melbourne's daily The Age -- the editorial twin of the Boston Globe.

So here's the truth. Most women don't hate men, and most women don't like abortion. Some women may feel compelled to support abortion because it appears that women need it. If things were different, women would rather not have it at all.

Would this heresy have been printable even five years ago?

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  • Posted by: coach1 - Feb. 15, 2005 5:40 PM ET USA

    Would the Boston Globe print it???

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