A Treatise On Human Life: An Unalienable Right
196 pages, Paperback
This is the law. From ancient times, civilized nations have always rejected the notion that individuals had a right to abort their offspring.
When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade, 1973, they ignored thousands of years of precedent that crossed hundreds of civilizations. More so, they rejected the British Common Law that formed the basis of U.S. Law.
A Treatise on Human Life rightfully analyzes the critical legal issues and tradition. It presents the legal rationale to overturn Roe v. Wade, and restore the right of children still in the womb to claim their unalienable right to life.
This seminal work is written for the serious student.
By Harold D. Kletschka MD
Publisher Truth In Narrative