Why I Don’t Call It The “Pro-Life Movement”

During my two most recent articles on the abortion debate, some might have noticed that I have chosen to call the group that opposes abortion simply “the anti-abortion movement,” as opposed to “the pro-life movement,” which is what this group is normally called and what most of them refer to themselves as. “Pro-life” is very likely to go down as the most Orwellian euphemism of our time, because any basic…

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