In slavery abortion and the politics of constitutional meaning justin buckley dyer provides the first book length scholarly treatment of the parallels between slavery and abortion in american constitutional development. For the past forty years prominent pro life activists judges and politicians have invoked the history and legacy of american slavery to elucidate aspects of contemporary abortion politics as is often the case many of these popular analogies have been imprecise underdeveloped and historically . Slavery abortion and the politics of constitutional meaning by justin buckley dyer for the past forty years prominent pro life activists judges and politicians have invoked the history and legacy of american slavery to elucidate aspects of contemporary abortion politics. He is the author of slavery abortion and the politics of constitutional meaning cambridge university press 2013 natural law and the antislavery constitutional tradition cambridge university press 2012 and the editor of american soul the contested legacy of the declaration of independence 2012. Slavery and abortion there have been no issues more contentious than these in american politics not surprisingly the 40 years war over abortion mostly although not entirely a war of words and images has sought inspiration in that earlier contest also waged at least for the initial decades through words and images
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