"The anti-choice movement was instrumental in shaping the conservative approach to science. Anti-choicers were among the first to realize that if the experts and the evidence counter your beliefs, you can simply make up your own claims and put them in the mouths of well-credentialed people."
-Amanda Marcotte from “Party of Quacks: How the antiabortion movement taught the Republican Party to hate science”

"The anti-choice movement was instrumental in shaping the conservative approach to science. Anti-choicers were among the first to realize that if the experts and the evidence counter your beliefs, you can simply make up your own claims and put them in the mouths of well-credentialed people."

-Amanda Marcotte from “Party of Quacks: How the antiabortion movement taught the Republican Party to hate science”

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