Magazine article The Human Life Review

About This Issue . .

Magazine article The Human Life Review

About This Issue . .

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. . . writing on the 10th anniversary of the Review, founding editor J.P. McFadden recounted his concern at the outset about finding "the 'good copy' we needed." That didn't last long, however, as editors "were soon inundated with a huge catch of good stuff. Our problem," he continued, "was (and remains) to choose the best." Twenty-six years later, that problem happily remains as we continue to be "inundated with good stuff," much of it now arriving via email from all over the cyber world. Case in point: "The Problem with Perry" (page 97), an invaluable analysis of the federal district court decision that tabled (at least for now) California citizens' vote (in Proposition 8) to prohibit same-sex marriage in their state. The article's author, Thomas M. Clark, is a corporate lawyer currently working in Tokyo - it's a pleasure to welcome him to our pages.

Two other newcomers in this issue embody the energetic commitment twenty-somethings are bringing to the pro-life movement. Nicholas Dunn, who will soon graduate from The King's College here in New York City, wrote "Abortion, Ijtihad & the Rise of Progressive Islam" (page 53) while interning this year at the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-Fam). Christopher White ("Report on the March for Life," page 44) graduated from King's a couple of years ago and is now the International Director of Operations for the World Youth Alliance.

Christopher and Joan Andrews Bell, also making their first appearance here, are long-time pro-life stalwarts: He started (along with Fr. Benedict Groeschel) and runs the Good Counsel Homes for pregnant women. …

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