“Roe Changed the Culture, Was Dobbs the Cure?” – Hadley Arkes at Notre Dame

On September 23, 2022, Hadley Arkes delivered a lecture at the University of Notre Dame titled “Roe Changed the Culture, Was Dobbs the Cure?”. The lecture was part of the James Wilson Institute’s Seminar on Natural Law at Notre Dame that weekend. We’d like to thank the Notre Dame Right to Life, the Center for Citizenship & Constitution, and other on-campus groups for their contributions to our programming. We’re pleased to present a video of the lecture here.

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