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Witnesses—Continued
Dellums, Hon. Ronald V., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

Seventh Congressional District of the State of California, accompanied
by: Mr. Douglas Patch, intern..

WITNESSES ALPHABETICALLY
Abzug, Hon. Bella S., U.S. Representative in Congress from the 20th

Congressional District of the State of New York..
Armstrong, A. James, Bishop, the Dakota area, north central jurisdiction

and president, the Board of Church and Society, United Methodist

Church..
Bartlett, Hon. Dewey, U.S. Senator from the State of Oklahoma
Bennett, Hon. Wallace F., U.S. Senator from the State of Utah.
Bleich, Rabbi J. David, Rabbinical Council of America, New York_
Bohlmann, Dr. Ralph A., executive secretary, Commission on Theology

and Church Relations, Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod.
Brickner, Rabbi Balfour, director of the Commission on Interfaith Activi-

ties, director of the New York Federation of Reformed Synagogues,

Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
Buckley, Hon. James L., U.S. Senator from the State of New York.--.
Cody, John Cardinal, Archbishop of Chicago--
Dellums, Hon. Ronald V., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

Seventh District of California; accompanied by Mr. Douglas Patch,

intern.. Dudley, Mr. Tilford, director, Washington office of the United Church

of Christ.-
Fraser, Hon. Donald J., U.S. Representative in Congress from the

Fifth Congressional District of the State of Minnesota.-
Garton, Mrs. Jean, member, National Board for Social Concern of the

Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod.
Greuning, Hon. Ernest, former U.S. Senator from the State of Alaska..
Helms, Hon. Jesse, U.S. Senator from the State of North Carolina_
Hogan, Hon. Lawrence J., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

Fifth District of Maryland, accompanied by William J. Hogan, M.D.
Holbrook, Rev. Robert, Baptists for Life, Halettsville, Tex.---
Krol, John Cardinal, Archbishop of Philadelphia -
Lovett, Rev. Sidney, Jr., conference minister for the Central Atlantic

Conference, United Church of Christ..
Manning, Timothy Cardinal, Archbishop of Los Angeles.--
McKay, Mr. David Lawrence, president, Eastern States Mission, the

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, New York.---
McNeel, Ms. Barbara, professor, human relations and educational psy-

chology, Colgate Rochester/Bexley Hall/Crozer Theological School,
Rochester, N.Y...
Medeiros, Humberto Cardinal, Archbishop of Boston..
Owens, Hon. Wayne, U.S. Representative in Congress from the Second

Congressional District of the State of Utah...
Rees, Hon. Thomas M., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

26th District of California...
Stitt, Ms. Jane, lay woman teacher, Abilene Christian College; member,

task force to study abortion, established by the Presbyterian Church.--Thompson, Mr. William, stated clerk, United Presbyterian Church in the

United States.--
Zwach, Hon. John M., U.S. Representative in Congress from the Sixth
Congressional District of the State of Minnesota--

ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS
Bishop, Ms. Sharon, president, the Association of Universalist Women,

Minneapolis, Minn,
Brooke, Hon. Edward W., a U.S. Senator from the State of Massachusetts.
Brown, Hon. George E., Jr., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

38th District of the State of California.-
Bruner, Ms. Patricia R., Chairperson, freedom for women committee of the

National Association of Laity, Takoma Park, Md.

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Additional statemants-Continued
Burke, Hon. James A., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the 11th

District of the State of Massachusetts.
Crouse, Rev. W. Dean, Philadelphia First Church of the Brethren, Phila-

delphia, Pa...
Erlenborn, Hon. John N., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the 14th

District in the State of Illinois
Gebris, Mr. Paul D., executive director's special assistant for social rela-

tions, the Pennsylvania Council of Churches, Harrisburg, Pa.
Genné, Mrs. Elizabeth S., president, National Board of the Young

Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A., New York, N. Y.--
Gladstone, Hon. Herbert M., State Assemblyman in the General Assembly

of New Jersey from the 38th District--
Haskell, Hon. Floyd K., a U.S. Senator from the State of Colorado.-
Hatfield, Hon. Mark 0., a U.S. Senator from the State of Oregon.
Jordan, Mr. Leo J., chairman, Committee on Human Life, National Associ-

ation of Laity, Bloomington, Ille-
Keppler, Mr. John J., executive vice president, Federation of Protestant

Welfare Agencies, New York, N.Y...
Koch, Hon. Edward I., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the 18th

District of the State of New York..
Kovacs, Rev. Albert W., Pennsylvanians for Human Life, Harrisburg,

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Lintner, Mr. Jay, Associate Conference Minister, Washington-North Idaho

Conference, United Church of Christ, Seattle, Wash.
Lowell, Mr. C. Stanley, associate director, Americans United for Separa-

tion of Church and State, Silver Spring, Md.---
Luce, Hon. Clare Boothe, former Member of Congress, 1943-47, Honolulu,

Hawaii..
Mann, Mr. Theodore R., Chairman, National Commission on Law, Social

Action and Urban Affairs, American Jewish Congress, New York, N.Y.
Marsh, Hon. Shirley, a State Senator from District No. 29 to the Nebraska

State Legislature
Muedeking, Mr. George H., editor of the Lutheran Standard, Minneapolis,

Minn.
O'Brien, Hon. George M., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

17th District of the State of Illinois...
Parsons, Rev. E. Spencer, Dean of the Chapel, Rockefeller Memorial

Chapel, the University of Chicago, Chicago,
Percy, Hon. Charles H., a U.S. Senator from the State of Illinois.--
Rambo, Rev. William T. P., executive presbyter, Presbytery of Long

Island, Commack, N.Y..
Ramsey, Dr. Paul, Harrington Spear Pain Professor of Religion, Prince-

ton University, Princeton, N.J...
Rempel, Rev. Warren, chairman, Kansas Clergy Consultation Service,

Manhattan, Kans---
Roncallo, Hon. Angelo D., a U.S. Representative in Congress from the

Third District of the State of New York..
Rouillard, Rev. Lawrence H., campus minister, the Ecumenical Ministry

to the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H..
Skinner, Ms. E.M.,. Minnesota Coordinator, Religious Coalition for

Abortion Rights, Minnesota Church Center, St. Paul, Minn.--
Spaulding, Mrs. Margaret, president, Interfaith Right to Life, Clinton,

Iowa..
Starratt, Rev. Alfred B., Rector, Ernmanuel Episcopal Church, Baltimore,

Md.
Smith, Mrs. Milton T., international president, B’Nai B’Rith Women,

Washington, D.C.--
Strickland, Mr. Phil, associate, Christian Life Commission, Baptist General

Convention of Texas, Dallas, Tex..
Tunney, Ms. Mary Ellen, Roman Catholics for the Right to Choose,

Pittsburgh, Pa-
Warner, Ms. Ann M., staff assistant, Church of the Brethren, Washington

office, Washington, D.C.--
Wood, Mr. James E., Jr., executive director, Baptist Joint Committee on

Public Affairs, Washington, D.C...

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ADDITIONAL MATERIALS
American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A., motion from the Committee

on Christian Unity, adopted by the general board, February 24, 1974. 570, 658 American Institute of Public Opinion, Gallup Poll, two-thirds approve of

abortion on demand, August 25, 1972... Baptist General Convention of Texas, statement on abortion, 1969.Beilenson, Hon. Athony C., a Member of the Senate of the State of California, press release, February 8, 1973...

443 Beilenson, Hon. Anthony C., a Member of the Senate of the State of Cali

fornia, statement on proposed repeal of the Therapeutic Abortion Act, June 30, 1970.

437 Beilenson, Hon. Anthony C., a Member of the Senate of the State of California, statement on Therapeutic Abortion Act, April 27, 1967.

434 Bynum, Rev. E. L., Tabernacle Baptist Church, Lubbock, Tex., letter to Rev. Robert Holbrook, February 11, 1974.

344 California Medicine, “A New Ethic for Medicine and Society”, editorial volume 113, No. 3, pp. 67–68, September 1970-.

55 Caruthers, Mr. J. C., executive director, Fellowship of Conservative

345 Southern Baptists, letter to Rev. Robert Holbrook, March 7, 1974.--. Christianity today, “Abortion and the Court”, February 16, 1973.

23 Church of the Brethren, abortion statement, June 1972

613 Contemporary views on protecting unborn life and antiabortion, from the

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of the Child, promulgated by

the General Assembly in 1959_De Bary, Rev. Edward O., “A Consideration of Abortion as a Means of Avoiding Unwanted Pregnancies”, Starkville, Miss.

695 The Ecumenicl Foundation, statement on the Helms amendment and ban on abortion, Philadelphia Pa., January 14, 1974.

719 Free Methodist Church, Ohio conference, Social Action Moral Issues Committee, position on abortion, Westlake, Ohio, July 24, 1973..

597 Grant, Rev. Kenneth E., “Abortion: Another View”, Monday morning, September 10, 1973..

596 Greeley, Andrew M. and William C. McCready, “Attitudes on Abortion”, National Catholic Reporter, November 16, 1973

555 H. R. 479, a resolution passed by the House and Senate of the State of Minnesota, May 1971...

146 Hilgers, Thomad W., M.D., “The Medical Hazards of Legally Induced

Abortion,” Chapter 4 from Abortion and Social Justice, Sheed and Ward,
New York, N. Y. 1972.-

491 Hill, Dr. Thomas D. Hill, superintendent of missions, North Grand River

Baptist Association, Trenton, Mo., letter to Rev. Robert Holbrook,

March 2, 1974
Hogan, Hon. Lawerence J., U.S. Representative in Congress from the

Fifth District of the State of Maryland, letter to the chairman of the
Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments, June 13, 1974..

515 Ingram, Mr. Joe L., Executive director and treasurer, Baptist General

Convention of Oklahoma, telegram to Rev. Robert Holbrook, March 4,

1974.
Lear, John, “Women Lead Opposition to Abortion”, Washington Evening
Star and Daily News, April 17, 1973...

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Legal abortion in the United States, facts and highlights, Planned Parent-
hood Federation of America, Inc., New York, December, 1973-

111 Lincoln, C. Eric, “Why I reversed My Stand on Laissez-Faire Abortion,' Christian Century, April 25, 1973

26 Louisell, David W., and John T. Noonon, Jr., "Constitutional Balance”,

from the Morality of Abortion, Legal and Historical Perspectives, John
T. Noonon, Jr., editor, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.,
1970.

465 The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, "To State Position on Abortion,

Resolution 2–39," adopted during the 1971 Synodical proceedings... 321
The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, “Abortion; Theological, Legal

and Medical Aspects,” a report of the Commission on Theological and
Church Relations..

321 Lutheran Standard, “Let's Talk It Over", March 20, 1973.-.

574 McCarthy, Colman, “Worst Form of Birth Control Hurts Woman's Psyche,” Washington Post, February 25, 1971.

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Additional materials—Continued
McQuilan, Ms. Pat Fogarty, press release from Catholics for a Free Choice,

New York, October 20, 1973.
Mintz, Morton “Morning After' Pills,” Washington Post, December 12,

1972..
National Abortion Rights Action League, results of congressional question-

naires on abortion issues, 1974.
National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws, "Fifty Physicians

Evaluate Legal Abortion in New York”.
National Association of Laity, resolution on abortion, 1971 NAL Con-

ference, Fordham University, New York, N.Y.
Nelson, Dr. James B., professor of Christian ethics, United Theological

Seminary-
O'Boyle, Dr. Meade, "The Humanity of the Unborn Child," Fellow in

Neonatology, Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C.-
Osofsky, Dr. Howard, Ed., excerpt from "The Abortion Experience”,

Harper & Row, New York, 1973.
Outler, Dr. Albert C., Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist

University, Dallas, Tex., letter to Rev. Robert Holbrook, March 1, 1974.
Planned Parenthood of Washington, D.C., medical impact of legal abor-

tion, report prepared for Representative Bella S. Abzug--Presbyterian Church in the United States, a social pronouncement on

abortion, adopted by the 1970 general assembly-
Randal, Ms. Judith, ""No Abortions for the Poor?”, Washington Star,

December 10, 1973.
Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, “The Abortion Rights Issue: How

We Stand," Washington, D.C., February 15, 1974...
Rodgers, Joann, “Aborting Unfit Suggested,” News-American, Baltimore,

Md., October 22, 1971..
Schardt, Arlie, “Saving Abortion” Association for the Study of Abortion,

Inc., reprint, reprinted from Civil Liberties, September 1973.
Senate Joint Resolution 119.
Senate Joint Resolution 130.
Southern Baptist Convention, resolution on_abortion and sanctity of

human life, adopted, June 13, 1974, Dallas, Tex---
Southern Baptist Convention, Resolution No. 4 on abortion, 1971..
Stanton, Joseph R., M.D., F.A.C.P., "Abortion-Death Before Birth”.
State of California, Department of Public Health, Bureau of Maternal and

Child Health, fifth annual report on the implementation of the California
Therapeutic Abortion Act, a report to the 1972 legislature pursuant to

section 25955.5 of the Health and Safety Code---
State of California, Senate bill No. 462 on abortion, approved by the

Governor, June 15, 1967 -
State of Hawaii, Senate bill No. 1421-70, introduced by Representative

Nadeo Garbinaga, February 4, 1970.
Supreme Court of the United States, October term 1971, No. 70–18 and

70-40, brief amicus Curiae of certain physicians, professors, and fellows

of American College of Obstetrics and Bynecology in support of appellees. Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1972—No. 72-434,

motion to postpone jurisdiction until a hearing on the merits, on appeal from the court of appeals of the State of New York.--Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Religious Action Center,

statement of Social Action Commission for Reformed Judaism, April 16,

1974, Washington, D.C.. United Church of Christ, Board for Homeland Ministries, position papers,

abortion, September 24, 1973--
United Church of Christ, Council for Christian Social Action, letter to

Hon. J. W. Fulbright, October 12, 1973.-
United Church of Christ, “Let's Look at Abortion”, Social Action, vol.

XXXVII, No. 7, March 1971.--
The United Methodist Church, Board of Christian Social Concerns,

“Abortion: A Human Choice,” May 1971.
The United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, “Free-

dom of Personal Choice in Problem Pregnancies”, statement adopted

by the 184th general assembly, 1970--The United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, Legisla

tion adopted by the 182d general assembly, 1970.

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Additiona, materials—Continued
The United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America,

report on sexuality and the human community recommended for study and appropriate action by the 182d general assembly, 1970---United Presbyterian Women, resolution adopted at the 1970 national

meeting --U.S. Catholic Conference, National Conference of Catholic Bishops

“Documentation on the Right to Life and Abortion”, 1974.. Washington Star, interview with Dr. Andre Hellegers, "The Court and

Abortion, Avoiding a Question About Human Life", March 7, 1973.--
The Washington survey, Bureau of Social Science Research, Inc., “The

Issue of Abortion”, February 1974.--
Wertham, Dr. Fredric, "A Sign for Cain: An Exploration of Human Vio-

lence”, chapters 8 and 9, Warner Paperback Library Edition, New
York, 1969...
Wertheimer, Dr. Roger, “Understanding the Abortion Argument,

Philosophy and Public Affairs, Princeton University Press, Fall, 1971.-Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A., national board, posi

tion statement on abortion, December 1973... Zahn, Gordon C., "A Religious Pacifist Looks at Abortion-Can One

Absolutize the Right to Life?”, Commonweal, May 28, 1971.

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