In the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan created a plan for legally abolishing abortion; this plan has yet to be followed.
Three decades after Reagan's presidency ended and nearly five decades since Roe v. Wade, it is time for the pro-life movement to take up Reagan's unfinished work.

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Abolition: Why Abortion Must End

By Mark Olson

A nation’s economy cannot be sustained when nearly one-third of its population has been wiped out. This is basic macroeconomics. This is what we have done through abortion in America.


In the 1980's, President Reagan outlined a workable plan for legally abolishing abortion; this plan has yet to be followed.

 

In a call to vision rather than reaction, ABOLITION charts a new course for the pro-life movement and challenges Christians in America to, as Charles Finney stated, "take right ground [in Politics].

About the Author

Mark Olson is a winning pro-life political consultant that got his start as a grassroots organizer for the left.  Mark holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science (University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire), a Master's degree in Political Science (University of Missouri, Kansas City), and an MBA (Grantham University).  Mark currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Grantham University and is a member of the American Political Science Association (APSA) as well as the Midwest Political Science Association.

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