Norman St. John-Stevas has been a member of Parliament since 1964. He was educated at Radcliffe College. Cambridge, Oxford and Yale Universities. He is the author of a number of books. Among them are: Life, Death and the Law: Obscenity and the Law; The Right to Life; The Agonizing Choice. Mr. St. John-Stevas is a widely traveled lecturer both here and in Europe. He led the unsuccessful fight against liberalizing England's abortion law.
From his viewpoint as a Member of Parliament, Mr. St. John-Stevas analyzes the effects of England's abortion law and draws on his experience to offer suggestions for those involved in the right to life campaign ill the United States.
St. John-Stevas, Norman
"The Tragic Results of Abortion in England,"
The Linacre Quarterly:
1, Article 9.
Available at: http://epublications.marquette.edu/lnq/vol39/iss1/9