To mark yesterday’s twin victories for life – the congressional ban on partial-birth abortions, and the dramatic turnaround in the fate of brain-disabled Terri Schiavo – WorldNetDaily is giving away FREE, for one day only, President Ronald Reagan’s classic and beloved book on life, “Abortion & the Conscience of the Nation.”

Until 10 p.m. Pacific tonight, everyone who subscribes to WND’s popular monthly Whistleblower magazine (or who renews or gives a gift Whistleblower subscription) will be sent a FREE copy of Reagan’s landmark work on the life issue. (“Abortion & the Conscience of the Nation” lists for $9.99 plus $5.00 shipping, so the actual value of this FREE, one-day offer is $14.99.)

First published in 1983, “Abortion & the Conscience of the Nation” is the only book ever to be published by a U.S. president while he held office.

As president, Ronald Reagan held as one of his benchmarks the right to life – that the true measure of any civilized government is whether it protects the lives of its innocent.

In this celebrated essay, Reagan, in his clear and articulate style, passionately defends his unwavering position in favor of life. Shining with timeless, poetic beauty, his prophetic view of the sanctity of human life, and his commitment to the “integrity of the human person” stands as a beacon of moral leadership.

Wrote Reagan, “Every legislator, every doctor, and every citizen needs to recognize that the real issue is whether to affirm and protect the sanctity of all human life, or to embrace a social ethic where some human lives are valued and others are not. As a nation, we must choose between the sanctity of life ethic and the ‘quality of life’ ethic.”

Reagan’s words resonate with the battle for human dignity in both of today’s life debates – abortion and euthanasia. As nationally known pro-life leader Wanda Franz, Ph.D., put it: “The words expressed in Reagan’s essay are as vital and relevant today as when they were first written. The pro-life movement will always be indebted to President Ronald Reagan for his word and deed. As his presidency showed, respecting the God-given rights of every individual person is one of the necessary conditions for greatness.”

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The special, one-day-only offer for a FREE copy of President Ronald Reagan’s “Abortion & the Conscience of the Nation” expires at 10 p.m. Pacific tonight.

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