Turmoil Under the G.O.P. Tent

It began as a campaign waged by Rolodex. Last December Glenda Greenwald, former publisher of Michigan Woman magazine, and a small band of Republican women hit the phones, asking people to join the first nationwide fund-raising network to support G.O.P. women candidates who favor the right to abortion. By March, her New York-based wish (Women in the Senate and the House) List had raised $180,000 and enlisted 250 members, each of whom pays dues of $100 a year and donates at least $100 to two candidates endorsed by the organization. "The only way we can help ourselves is to elect pro-choice...

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