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Another anti-choice fanatic
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Another anti-choice fanaticThe familiar profile of feminist icon Susan B. Anthony is labeled plainly: Another anti-choice fanatic.

"Sweeter even than to have had the joy of caring for children of my own has it been to me to help bring about a better state of things for mothers generally, so their unborn little ones could not be willed away from them."

These are hardly the words of an advocate for abortion rights. Yet they are indeed the words of Susan B. Anthony.

When pressed with Anthony's opposition to abortion, abortion advocates will generally mutter something about women's safety being Anthony's concern. But if that is so, why would she refer to abortion as "child murder?"

And why would she refer to abortion as a "crime?"

And here we have it in a nutshell: Feminist icon Susan B. Anthony considered abortion to be a crime, the murder of a child. She saw it as an act of desperation. And she saw that truly free women would not be driven to such an act.

The real message of Susan B. Anthony is brought to college students by Feminists For Life as part of their Question AbortionTM outreach campaign.

Anthony was a voice crying in the wilderness in her own era. In ours, her voice is silenced by those who wish to use her image but not her ideals.

Question abortion. It's an imperative, now more than ever.

Picture courtesy of Feminists For Life of America

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