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Noted theologians, historians, and lawyers examine and challenge the attitude shared and championed by various segments of educated American opinion: that abortion is acceptable. In the seven pieces presented here they probe some very necessary moral and legal issues of the continuing abortion controversy and generally conclude that unrestricted abortion is wrong.