After Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973, a group of conservative lawyers embarked on what would become a decades-long mission to reverse the ruling.
One of those lawyers, James Bopp, explains how they succeeded and what comes next.
Guest: James Bopp, general counsel for the National Right to Life Committee.
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