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From: American Democracy & The Vatican By: Dr (Phd) Stephen Mumford Pub.by Humanist Press ======================================================= The Catholic Church and Social Justice Issues Page 43 The Abortion Movement In 1980, Federal Judge John Dooling, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, declared that the Hyde Amendment, which prevented Medicaid payment for abortion, was unconstitutional. (Copies of Judge Dooling's 328-page From: American Democracy & The Vatican By: Dr (Phd) Stephen Mumford Pub.by Humanist Press ======================================================= The Catholic Church and Social Justice Issues Page 43 The Abortion Movement In 1980, Federal Judge John Dooling, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, declared that the Hyde Amendment, which prevented Medicaid payment for abortion, was unconstitutional. (Copies of Judge Dooling's 328-page From: American Democracy & The Vatican By: Dr (Phd) Stephen Mumford Pub.by Humanist Press ======================================================= The Catholic Church and Social Justice Issues Page 43 The Abortion Movement In 1980, Federal Judge John Dooling, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, declared that the Hyde Amendment, which prevented Medicaid payment for abortion, was unconstitutional. (Copies of Judge Dooling's 328-page From: American Democracy & The Vatican By: Dr (Phd) Stephen Mumford Pub.by Humanist Press ======================================================= The Catholic Church and Social Justice Issues Page 43 The Abortion Movement In 1980, Federal Judge John Dooling, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, declared that the Hyde Amendment, which prevented Medicaid payment for abortion, was unconstitutional. (Copies of Judge Dooling's 328-page extract is Judge Dooling's finding that the anti-aburtion movement's main source of energy, organization, and direction has been the Catholic Church. The bishops' Pastoral Plan prompted the creation of the Moral Majority. Richard A. Viguerie, a Catholic, is the man most responsible for the development and success ofthe New Right, and he will be the first to claim that honor. He was also involved in the original discussions that Ied to the creation of the Moral Majority and, as its fundraiser, can extract is Judge Dooling's finding that the anti-aburtion movement's main source of energy, organization, and direction has been the Catholic Church. The bishops' Pastoral Plan prompted the creation of the Moral Majority. Richard A. Viguerie, a Catholic, is the man most responsible for the development and success ofthe New Right, and he will be the first to claim that honor. He was also involved in the original discussions that Ied to the creation of the Moral Majority and, as its fundraiser, can extract is Judge Dooling's finding that the anti-aburtion movement's main source of energy, organization, and direction has been the Catholic Church. The bishops' Pastoral Plan prompted the creation of the Moral Majority. Richard A. Viguerie, a Catholic, is the man most responsible for the development and success ofthe New Right, and he will be the first to claim that honor. He was also involved in the original discussions that Ied to the creation of the Moral Majority and, as its fundraiser, can extract is Judge Dooling's finding that the anti-aburtion movement's main source of energy, organization, and direction has been the Catholic Church. The bishops' Pastoral Plan prompted the creation of the Moral Majority. Richard A. Viguerie, a Catholic, is the man most responsible for the development and success ofthe New Right, and he will be the first to claim that honor. He was also involved in the original discussions that Ied to the creation of the Moral Majority and, as its fundraiser, can fundamentalist organization seriously. One characteristic common among fundamentalists is a keen sense of individualism, and individualists are often fundamentalists because of this trait. There is self-selection. They strongly resist the "herding" that characterizes other major denominations such as the Catholic Church. It is very difficult to organize two or three local fundamentalist churches...... [end page 44] *END QUOTE* ============

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