John McCain--A Champion for Our Issue

Smith, Chris
July 2008
National Right to Life News;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 35 Issue 7/8, p1
The article features Republican presidential candidate John McCain who has a pro-life political position. According to McCain, life means the rights for both born and unborn beings. McCain opposes abortion unlike Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama who would prioritize the Freedom of Choice Act if he wins as president.


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