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The GOP’s Abortion Strategy: Why Pro-Choice Republicans Became Pro-Life in the 1970s

  • Daniel K. Williams (a1)
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  • Published online: 25 October 2011
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Greg D. Adams , “Abortion: Evidence of an Issue Evolution,” American Journal of Political Science 41 (1997): 718–37

Edward G. Carmines and James Woods , “The Role of Party Activists in the Evolution of the Abortion Issue,” Political Behavior 24 (2002): 361–77.

Simone M. Caron , Who Chooses? American Reproductive History Since 1830 (Gainesville, 2008)

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William Alex McIntosh and Jon P. Alston , “Acceptance of Abortion Among White Catholics and Protestants, 1962 and 1975,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 16 (September 1977): 296

Maris A. Vinovskis , “Abortion and the Presidential Election of 1976: A Multivariate Analysis of Voting Behavior,” Michigan Law Review 77 (1979): 1767–68.

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Journal of Policy History
  • ISSN: 0898-0306
  • EISSN: 1528-4190
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