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'''Lawrence Lader''' was born in 1919 to [[jew]]ish parents.  In his early adulthood he was a supporter of [[Marxism]].  He, along with [[Betty Friedan]], was one of the founders of the pro-[[abortion]] group [[NARAL]].  Betty Friedan described him as "the founding father of the abortion  movement".  He had an illegal laboratory in his home to copy the French abortion pill RU-486.  
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'''Lawrence Lader''' was born in 1919 to [[Jew]]ish parents.  In his early adulthood he was a supporter of [[Marxism]].  He, along with [[Betty Friedan]], was one of the founders of the pro-[[abortion]] group [[NARAL]].  Betty Friedan described him as "the founding father of the abortion  movement".  He had an illegal laboratory in his home to copy the French abortion pill RU-486.  
  
 
[[Category:Abortion Advocates]]
 
[[Category:Abortion Advocates]]

Revision as of 05:37, 12 May 2008

Lawrence Lader was born in 1919 to Jewish parents. In his early adulthood he was a supporter of Marxism. He, along with Betty Friedan, was one of the founders of the pro-abortion group NARAL. Betty Friedan described him as "the founding father of the abortion movement". He had an illegal laboratory in his home to copy the French abortion pill RU-486.