Clare Boothe Luce may be remembered as an equal rights feminist, argues Texas Right to Life Director Elizabeth Graham, yet her brand of feminism — which valued life as the foundation of equality of the sexes — stands in stark contrast to the modern-day feminist cause “that militantly demands the right to kill their children as a condition of their publicly-recognized equality with men.”

The abortion industry is the mantle of modern-day feminism, and the abortion death toll has risen to the tens of millions. Graham discusses the policy impact of the recently-released videos that exposed Planned Parenthood’s selling of baby body parts.

Graham’s presentation was recorded at the Institute’s Texas Women’s Summit held in Fort Worth TX in October 2015.