Women's eNews, January 20, 2003
By Asjylyn Loder, Women's eNews correspondent
Restricting the right to abortion in developing nations is a major foreign policy initiative of the Bush administration; it appeases anti-choice constituents without offending more moderate conservatives. Second of four-part Roe v. Wade series.
New York Times, January 10, 2003
By Nicholas D. Kristof
Three thousand years ago an amorous Egyptian couple (probably
libidinous liberals) experimented with a linen pouch, producing the
world's first known condom. Some right-wingers still haven't gotten
New York Times, December 15, 2002, Late Edition - Final By James Dao
Taking its fight against abortion overseas, the Bush administration
opened a sharp debate over a landmark family-planning agreement during
a United Nations conference this week, angering several of its allies,
European and Asian diplomats said today.