Byline: Pamela Zekman, Pamela Warrick; 1978-11-28; Chicago Sun Times; pages 6
They marched around the clinic, swinging their rosaries, screeching Hail Marys and howling the Lord's Prayer. Among them was Sun-Times reporter Pamela Warrick - the only marcher without rosary beads. Armed with a pseudonym and a prayerbook, she joined Chicago's pro-life movement to get an inside look at the hardcore opposition to legalized abortion. After several weeks as a volunteer at the Illinois Right-To-Life headquarters and a weekend showing gory movies on the group's traveling Life-Mobile, Warrick was referred to the office of Joseph M. Scheidler - considered one of the most radical and powerful U.S. anti-abortion leaders.
Description:In the fifteenth and final article of the Sun-Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series, reporter Pamela Warrick reports on her time spent volunteering at Chicago-based anti-abortion group Right-To-Life.
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