A deep historical look at one of the most controversial issues of our time, highlighting the abortion debate from various points along the ideological spectrum in a winding story of abortion in America.

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Donna Howard Donna Howard ... Self - State Rep. TX (D)
John Seago John Seago ... Self - Texas Right to Life
Brigitte Amiri ... Self - ACLU
Troy Newman Troy Newman ... Self - Operation Rescue, President
Colleen McNicholas Colleen McNicholas ... Self - Gynecologist (as Dr. Colleen McNicholas)
Linda Greenhouse ... Self - Abortion Historian
Tom Davis Tom Davis ... Self - United Church of Christ, Planned Parenthood Advisory Board (as Rev. Tom Davis)
Gloria Steinem ... Self - Feminist Activist
Faye Wattleton Faye Wattleton ... Self - Planned Parenthood, former President
Eleanor Holmes Norton ... Self - U.S. Congresswoman (D)
Tanya Melich ... Self - Republican Delegate (NY)
Curtis Boyd Curtis Boyd ... Self - Gynecologist (as Dr. Curtis Boyd)
Carol Tobias Carol Tobias ... Self - National Right to Life, President
Sarah Weddington Sarah Weddington ... Self - Attorney
Sam Lee Sam Lee ... Self - Campaign Life Missouri
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A deep historical look at one of the most controversial issues of our time, highlighting the abortion debate from various points along the ideological spectrum in a winding story of abortion in America.

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Himself - United Church of Christ, Planned Parenthood Advisory Board: Religion can make people crazy. It really can. And it can be wonderful, but it can also be just incredibly intolerant. All those people who shot these people at the clinics and so on, they were all religious.
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27 March 2019 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

More relevant than ever - with another entry approved last year, that was also very controversial. But then again, what isn't controversial with the Trump administration? Just when you thought nothing could be more divisive than Faux News bashing anything (really anything) President Obama did and heating up and splitting many parts of America ... there came Trump.

But the documentary is not about Trump. It is about a moment in time, when something was rushed. And it should not matter what Party you belong to: decency should know no party affiliation. But we know this isn't true. We also know that looking from the outside in, it is easier to distinguish certain things. It is also true that other countries have issues. But one thing at a time and a look back (with parallels to now) gives you a really good documentary ... Some things will be harder to swallow than others. Don't expect this to be an easy watch


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13 September 2018 (USA) See more »

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Reversing Roe See more »

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