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.



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