Response to Wisniewski on Abortion, Round Three

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Most people are aware of the pro-choice and the pro-life perspectives on abortion. But there is a third one, based on libertarianism called evictionism. I have written on this philosophy on numerous occasions . Wisniewski has criticized this viewpoint. The present essay is a response to Wisniewski
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