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Republican Preparation
In his fantastic overview of the likely facets of a post-Roe abortion politics (“After Roe,” November 29), Dan McLaughlin almost in passing drops a line that deserves an essay of its own. “The worst political outcome,” he writes, “would be for Republicans to be caught napping after having had half a century to prepare.” There is practically no doubt that Republicans are in fact unprepared for a post-Roe political world. And while it’s important to have in mind the different arenas and dynamics of the fights likely to come and also to think through a concrete agenda to advance

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There is practically no doubt that Republicans are unprepared for a post-Roe political world.

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