ProLife Feminism: Yesterday and Today

edited by Mary Krane Derr, Rachel M. MacNair, and Linda Naranjo-Huebl
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Full of delightful short essays from Yesterday (18th century to 1950s) and Today (1960s on), this book provides "intellectual heft" to the case for historical and current pro-life feminism.


Dehumanizing the Vulnerable: When Word Games Take Lives

by William Brennan

     This book documents the semantics of dehumanizing that has targeted a variety of vulnerable groups, from African Americans and Native Americans and Jews to women, unborn children, and people with disabilities. The pattern of language is similar across them all, as justifying domination and violence uses similar techniques.

Perpetration-Induced Traumatic Stress: The Psychological Consequences of Killing

by Rachel MacNair
     From combat veterans to those who carry out executions to abortion staff, evidence suggests that killing is traumatic to the human mind.

Consistently Opposing Killing: From Abortion to Assisted Suicide, the Death Penalty and War

edited by Rachel M. MacNair and Stephen Zunes
     Several authors discuss the consistent life ethic, which links opposition to abortion, euthanasia, the death penalty, war, racism and poverty as connected issues of violence with connected solutions.

Consistently Pro-Life: The Ethics of Bloodshed in Ancient Christianity

by Rob Arner
     Mennonite author Rob Arner says “every author that I encountered from before Constantine seemed to denounce human bloodshed in a variety of contexts, from abortion, to killing in war, and everything in between, espousing and living what may be termed a consistently pro-life ethic. This project is my attempt to comprehensively flesh out this thesis.” The book thoroughly documents how across-the-board opposition to violence was in early Christianity.

Achieving Peace in the Abortion War

by Rachel MacNair
  Do doctors and nurses experience trauma from doing abortions? What does the psychology of consistency have to say about abortion behavior? The principles of peace psychology are applied to abortion practice

The Liberal Case Against Abortion

by Vasu Murti
     In this short book, Hindu and animal rights activist Vasu Murti makes a case against abortion using quotations from a wide array of historical and current liberals.