Children in Wartime

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January 16-23 Podcast

Mary Meehan discusses the cost of war on children, both born and unborn.
This week we spoke with Mary Meehan, a freelance writer and public speaker, who is sought after to give talks about life issues at universities and other locations across the country. Her recent article for America, "In Harm's Way," looks at the effects of war on children, both born and unborn. Mary spoke to us by phone from her home in Maryland. Her writing and reporting on life issues can be found at meehanreports.com.
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