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Live Free or Die

PBS Premiere: September 26, 2000


New Hampshire’s “Live Free or Die” motto acquires tense contemporary meaning when abortion politics play out in a quiet New England town. In this riveting film, a local doctor’s practice attracts protesters, and the community must decide between their tolerance for controversy and their commitment to individual rights. Lipschutz and Rosenblatt’s powerful film shows how one doctor’s actions test the values of an entire community.


TAGS: abortion, community, doctor, education, family, fetus, girl, health, healthcare, medial, new hampshire, parental notification, protest, women

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Live Free or Die

Premiere Date: September 26, 2000

Filmmakers: Marion Lipschutz, Rose Rosenblatt | Interview


Marion Lipschutz
Marion Lipschutz
Rose Rosenblatt
Rose Rosenblatt

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