The Corner

From One of Many Americans Admiring Glendon

An e-mail:

I don’t understand Danielle Crittenden’s view at all. FWIW, I was at a meeting of evangelical protestant lawyers yesterday, and Glendon’s action was brought up–as an example of heroism. I don’t see anything “fringe”–or even particularly religious–about objecting when an institution that should be pro-life honors the most pro-abortion public figure this country has produced. At any rate, it certainly isn’t just Catholics who admire the stand Professor Glendon has taken.

Keep up the good work.

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