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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 2, February 1980
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Date February 1980
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Transcript TALKING BACK Years ago my father talked back to Lowell Thomas and Father Coughlin on the radio. I married a man who talked back to television. Then I began talking back to newspapers. After all, how else do you begin the morning. You get up, brush your teeth, read the newspaper, write a letter to the editor and go to work. Come again? Write a letter to the editor every morning? Sure! Doesnft everybody? Inside each one of us is a divine spark of God and Ellen Goodman.Besides, what else can you do with your 'toad"? George Romney's views on ERA make us mad so what, can we do with that anger? Use it for something constructive, advised Dale Hill at Women's Week 1977. Your anger contains a lot of energy so hang onto it until you find that constructive use. Letters to the newspaper is one way to clarify your thoughts and publicize an issue. They almost all get printed. Watch Viewpoint in the Houston Chronicle and Sound-Off in the Houston Post for letters ftom some of our members. Jeanne Saletan ERA loses fight in Georgia Senate ATLANTA (UPI) — The Georgia Senate overwhelmingly rejected the Equal Rights Amendment Monday despite last-minute White House lobby- ing. Before the 32-23 vote, the chairman of the Senate Democratic caucus read a resolution affirming the party's support for President Carter, saying the ERA defeat was no reflection on the former Georgia governor. Carter's oldest son, Jack, greeted legislators in a cloakroom off the floor and White House lobbyist Herky Harris phoned the news to Sarah Weddington, Carter's top adviser on women's issues, as soon as the vote was tallied. same free spirit in the wake of Mother Teresa's deserved acclaim, it may be hard to realize that the same high value which she puts on "being wanted" might lead another woman to choose abortion. Because I have personaUy wrestled with this decision, I have thought a lot about the -<"* tremendous commitment Involved in bringing a child Nr Into the world. Although I decided to have the child, I V know how essential it was to me to HAVE A CHOICE and that this personal experience has given me an understanding of women woo choose to end a pregnan- cy by abortion The answer is not to illegalize abortion but to help each human being make.a choice and comniitment in the same free spirit that Mother Teresa has chosen her vocation Jeanne Saletan 3030 Bayou Drive, La Porte, Texas 7757