The shift in our culture to be more accepting of abortion was not a change that happened overnight. It had been strategically planned for years by the United States population control ideologists.
The Jaffe Memo was written in 1969 by Planned Parenthood’s then vice president Frederick Jaffe to the president of the Population Council, Bernard Berelson. The memo is featured in the 1970 October issue of Family Planning Perspectives, which is published by the Guttmacher Institute (the research arm of Planned Parenthood). This memo highlights the social constraints and economic deterrents/incentives to “reduce U.S. fertility”. Many of these social and economic factors have come to fruition.