Life and Choice After Roe v. Wade
From the 5-part series That Delicate Balance II: Our Bill of Rights (1992)

An engaging, thought-provoking discussion on the hypothetical choices that women and their families would face in a post - Roe world. A distinguished panel deals with the nature and limits of abortion prosecution, regulation of speech and advertising about abortion, and state regulations involving abortion. The panel includes: Judge Robert Bork; Burke Balch, National Right to Life Committee; Congressman Barney Frank; Stephen Carter, Professor, Yale Law School; and Janet Benshoof, ACLU.

Funders: The Florence and John Schumann Foundation, American Bar Association, Corporation for Public Broadcasting