Letter: Careful What You Wish For

To the Editor:

Be careful what you wish for, you pro-lifers (“Let Us Confront What We Have Lost,” Sunday Valley News, Jan 20). Had that 50 million been saved, three-quarters of them, according to the opinion polls, would now be pro-choice.

W. C. Spengemann



Column: Let Us Confront What We’ve Lost

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Plainfield The generation that came of age during World War I and shortly thereafter felt acutely the disastrous effects that the “war to end all wars” had on them physically, mentally and psychologically. Many good young men went to war and never came back, or came back wounded, often more than just physically. Ernest Hemingway’s and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novels …