How Was Roe Overturned?

May 9, 2023

New book honors 50 pro-life leaders of the last 50 years

Last June, the fight to protect the lives of the unborn took a dramatic turn. Nearly 50 years after the Roe v. Wade decision made abortion legal on demand, it was finally overturned by the Supreme Court.

As anyone who is reading the headlines knows, that didn’t end the cultural and political battle over abortion. But for the first time in 50 years, states are now able to prohibit abortions, and many have done so, saving tens of thousands of lives.

How did Roe come to be overturned? That’s a significant question, especially when for so many years, the effort seemed discouraging at best and hopeless at worst.

A new book answers that question by looking at the lives of 50 pro-life leaders who tirelessly worked to bring about this life-saving progress.

Legacy of Life is a limited-edition commemorative table book containing 50 tributes written by 50 of America’s most respected national influencers honoring the greatest founders, builders, strategists, and innovators of the pro-life movement during the last 50 years. Each leader is honored with a tribute, personal photos, and a customized frame in this remarkable collection of inspiring life stories of resilience, bravery and commitment.

The book is in many ways a product of the alliance of state organizations that Family Policy Alliance hosts and serves. John Stemberger, President of the Florida Family Policy Council, is the book’s editor. FPA’s Craig DeRoche is a contributing author, as are several of our allied state family policy council leaders. Dr. Al Mohler, Professor Robert George, Michael Farris and Sen. Marco Rubio are among many other noted contributors.

Legacy of Life is not just history; it’s inspiration. Order your limited-edition copy today!

For life,

John Paulton
Vice President, State Alliances

Note: FPA receives no funds from the sale of this book, but we believe it’s important for pro-life Americans to know about the pro-life leaders who’ve gone before us as we continue the fight to protect life.

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