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The End of Roe v. Wade Was Easy to See Coming

The right to legal abortion in all 50 states has been in crisis for years. Why weren’t we panicking?

Photo: Mark Meyer/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty

Last Wednesday night — a few hours after Justice Kennedy announced his retirement from the Supreme Court, a few hours after the overturn of Roe v. Wade had become inevitable — I realized that my relationship to my body…

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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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