What If We've Been Wrong

Keeping My Promise to America's "Abortion King"
Narrated by: Terry Beatley
Length: 5 hrs and 32 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Experience this compelling, true story of one doctor, who deceived American judges, legislators, doctors, clergy, and millions of mothers and fathers with the lie that abortion is "women's healthcare"...and one woman determined to fulfill the promise she made him: to teach Americans the truth of what he did and deliver the doctor’s personal parting message until hearts change and Roe v Wade is overturned.

You won’t be able to put this book down!

In a small apartment in Manhattan, New York, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, the terminally ill cofounder of America’s abortion industry who had trained Planned Parenthood doctors, revealed to Terry:

  • A pathway to healing for those exploited by the lies of abortion
  • Confirmation of a racist population-control plan
  • A deadly political maneuver called the “Catholic Strategy”
  • The profound loss of parental rights due to the fabrication of minors’ reproductive rights

Book bonuses:

  • The text from Norma McCorvey’s (Roe) 2003 affidavit petitioning the US Supreme Court to reverse the 1973 Roe v Wade decision
  • An easy-to-understand legal analysis of the six erroneous assumptions the US Supreme Court justices made in the 1973 Roe v Wade decision by McCorvey’s attorneys
  • Many resource references to organizations
©2016 Terry Beatley (P)2018 Terry Beatley

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Thank you so much for writing this book!

Buying hard copy of this book asap! So much important information to know and share!

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Here is presented the Blue pill and the Red pill..

A succint expose of NARAL's and Planned Parenthood's unique plan and the results thereof. What if We've Been Wrong provided insight into Dr.Bernard Nathanson's intellectual conversion followed by a Spiritual Transformation and the author's promise to him to reveal the subtrafuge that has plagued our land.

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Everyone should read this book!

It is imperative that the brutal, ugly truth about abortion be taught to all so we as a country and world evolve from this legalized genocide. We need to inform, help these women and teach love and respect of all human life. This book reveals the sinister truth about the evil behind the abortion business and how it has no boundaries or conscience.

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In depth look at the atrocity of abortion.

With insight and passion, Terry Beatley gives an astonishing look at the history of abortion in America from the eyes of its previous king. I unequivocally believe that Planned Parenthood hates her, and I’m not sure that’s a bad thing. This book is eye opening, and heart wrenching, and a must read.

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annoying narrator

narrator's voice was pretty grating and at times monotone. the story is good and appeared to be well researched.