Memoir: When Government Collaborates With Anti-choice ZealotsBook - 2005
Fetus Fanatics reveals names, actions, inactions, and strategies of government officials, anti-choice fanatics, and pro-choice activists. The time is the summer of 1991 in Wichita, Kansas, but does not stop there. Fetus Fanatics takes us from the siege of Wichita to 2005, which includes a look at how George Bush continues what his father started-the dismantling of reproductive freedom. The book concludes with a paradigm shift, which presents new language for pro-choice America. Which the author has a chance to preserve our right to privacy without compromises.This is a memoir so Bowman does not tell you how you should feel, just how she feels. Many will relate to her fears given where we are today. Antis (anti-choice, anti-birth control, anti-family planning, anti-stem cell research, anti-end of life issues, anti-gay and lesbian rights, and anti-religion, except theirs) play a huge role in formulating today's policies.
Publisher: North Charleston, S.C. : BookSurge, ©2005.
Branch Call Number: 363.46 BOWMAN P
Characteristics: 133 pages ; 25 cm