Rejoinder to Wisniewski on Abortion

I have published more than just a few papers on the abortion issue. Instead of taking either the pro choice or the pro life position, I offer a third alternative: evictionism. I claim that this perspective, which, as it happens is a principled compromise between the other two positions, is the only one compatible with libertarianism. Wisniewski offers several not unreasonable challenges to my thesis. The present paper is my attempt to refute each and every one of them
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