The Globe and Mail, a Toronto newspaper, quoted Notre Dame Associate Professor of Law Carter Snead extensively in an article about the politics of abortion. Here is an excerpt:
“The great majority of Americans and Canadians prefer not to think about abortion, because the debate is so polarized.
“In an interview, Notre Dame University law professor Carter Snead, former general counsel to the President’s Council on Bioethics during George W. Bush’s administration, called it ‘perhaps the most vexed question in all of American politics.’”
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