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Randy Engel, one of the nation’s top investigative reporters, began her journalistic career shortly after her graduation from the University of New York at Cortland in 1961. In the mid-1960s, Randy Engel developed an intense interest in pro-life issues including population control, abortion and eugenics, putting her on the ground floor of the emerging Pro-Life Movement. In 1972, she founded the U.S. Coalition for Life, an international pro-life research and investigative agency, and began editing the USCL’s official publication, the Pro-Life Reporter.
Many of her original research publications for the USCL including “A March of Dimes Primer – the A-Z of Eugenic Abortion,” and “The Pathfinder Fund – A Study of US/AID Anti-Life Funding” have become pro-life classics and continue to enjoy wide circulation. Many of her original research publications for the USCL including “A March of Dimes Primer--the A-Z of Eugenic Abortion,” and “The Pathfinder Fund--A Study of US/AID Anti-Life Funding” have become pro-life classics.
She is author of Sex Education – The Final Plague, The McHugh Chronicles – Who Betrayed the Pro-Life Movement?, and The Rite of Sodomy, a 1,318-page text containing over 3000 endnotes, a bibliography of over 350 books, and is fully indexed and reads like a top-flight mystery thriller – except that it is not fiction – it is true.
She has received numerous awards for excellence in investigative journalism including the prestigious Linacre Quarterly Award for Distinguished Writing by the Catholic Medical Association.