The End of Roe v. Wade Has Republicans Scrambling for Answers

Anti-abortion and pro-choice protestors outside the Supreme Court, 1989 (Lorie Shaull)

When the Supreme Court, with its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson, overturned Roe v. Wade, the immediate consequences were obvious: in red states across the country, abortion became illegal or severely restricted, thanks to a combination of trigger laws and older laws that were already on the books. This was an unquestionable victory for the anti-abortion movement. But in the months…

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James Surowiecki

James Surowiecki

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I’m the author of The Wisdom of Crowds. I’ve been a business columnist for Slate and The New Yorker and written for a wide range of other publications.