Byline: Pamela Zekman, Pamela Warrick; 1978-11-13; Chicago Sun Times; pages 1
Meet the biggest profiteers of Chicago's multimillion-dollar abortion business. One used to sell cars. Another sold caskets. Two sold "welfare" medicine. They all jumped on the bandwagon to make a killing, selling abortions on the Magnificent Mile. During a five-month investigation of Chicago's legalized abortion trade, the Sun-Times and Better Government Assn. identified the men who run the four Michigan Av. abortion mills. And working undercover, we watched how they do it.
Description:In the second "Abortion Profiteers" article, the Sun-Times writes about the owners of Chicago's busiest abortion clinics and their illegal and unethical practices witnessed by Times reporters and members of the Better Government Association.
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