The Human Life Review

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The Human Life Review
Editor Maria McFadden
Former editors J.P. McFadden
Categories Cultural journal
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher The Human Life Foundation
First issue 1975
Country  United States
Based in New York City
Language English
ISSN 0097-9783

The Human Life Review is a quarterly journal published by the Human Life Foundation since 1975.[1] It is devoted to explorations of life issues, primarily abortion, as well as neonaticide, medical genetics, prenatal testing, human cloning, fetal tissue experimentation, euthanasia and assisted suicide, and also publishes articles dealing with more general questions of family and society.[1] It was founded by James Patrick McFadden, formerly associate publisher of National Review, who had also founded the Human Life Foundation, and is now edited by his daughter, Maria McFadden.[2] It was launched from the offices of National Review, with the support of William F. Buckley.[3]

Writers whose work has been featured in The Human Life Review include Nat Hentoff, Hadley Arkes, William McGurn, Thomas Sowell, Wesley Smith, David Quinn, Kathryn Jean Lopez and President Ronald Reagan.


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