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How Long Until We Stop Caring About Roe v. Wade Again?

One of the landmark achievements of the 20th century was killed off by public apathy. It won’t be the last right we lose.

Courthouse at sunset. I don’t have one in the dead of night, which is when this actually happened.
Overnight. Photo by Ian Hutchinson on Unsplash

I was asleep when the United States of America lost Roe v. Wade. It happened overnight, in a decision so casual that it barely deserved the name. The state of Texas had…

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Jude Ellison S. Doyle

Jude Ellison S. Doyle

Author of “Trainwreck” (Melville House, ‘16) and “Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers” (Melville House, ‘19). Columns published far and wide across the Internet.

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