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December 15, 1991 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
A more unlikely leader or inauspicious beginning for a burgeoning national movement could hardly be imagined: Life Chain, a grass-roots anti-abortion group that offers an alternative to the brash confrontational tactics of Operation Rescue, was born in the bedroom office of Royce E. Dunn, a semi-retired real estate broker and former teacher.
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December 15, 1991 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
A more unlikely leader or inauspicious beginning for a burgeoning national movement could hardly be imagined: Life Chain, a grass-roots anti-abortion group that offers an alternative to the brash confrontational tactics of Operation Rescue, was born in the bedroom office of Royce E. Dunn, a semi-retired real estate broker and former teacher.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1990
The Times' coverage of the Oct. 7 Life Chain held in Torrance again included the typical negatively biased terms "foes," "anti-abortion" and "protest" ("Foes Form 'Life Chain' Along Streets," Metro, Oct. 8). Many individuals involved in a variety of pro-life activities came together to form the Southern California Life Chain organization. We were also blessed with the endorsements of numerous church leaders and pro-life organizations. As an original member of the general Life Chain Committee, I know that an invitation to participate in the life chain was extended to all churches in the Los Angeles-Orange County areas and that the 30,000-plus participants were Christians of all denominations, not just Catholics.
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