... a paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of the Roe decision
Jamaica Plain, MA (PRWEB) October 14, 2015
Within the pages of Craig E. Collins’s new book, Yesterday's Law - Abortion In Modern America ($13.99, paperback, 9781498450713; $6.99, e-book, 9781498450720), readers will be persuaded why Roe v. Wade should be overturned. The book demonstrates that the Supreme Court is being utterly dishonest when it claims that the pro-choice side automatically wins the abortion debate on constitutional grounds. As per the author, the Constitution neither says nor implies anything about a right to abortion. Collins strongly believes that given the prevalence of single motherhood and the ready availability of modern birth control methods, there is no longer an ethical justification for abortion on demand.
“I hope readers gain an appreciation of the sheer absurdity of Justice Blackmun's majority opinion in Roe v. Wade,” states the author. “Within the legal community, even pro-choice scholars agree that Blackmun's opinion was poorly reasoned. My book explains the issue to the general reader through a paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of the Roe decision. The text of Justice Blackmun's opinion is included as an appendix so readers can judge it's merits for themselves.”
Craig E. Collins is a trial lawyer with nearly two decades of experience, who specializes in criminal defense litigation. He is a graduate of Boston College and Boston College Law School. Collins was the recipient of the Chief Justice Paul Liacos Award for extraordinary dedication and commitment to protecting the constitutional rights of indigent defendants. He lives in Boston.
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Yesterday's Law - Abortion In Modern America through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.
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