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Coherence in Personal Choice

In an article on abortion in America, the Economist writes:

Republicans usually oppose government regulation in the name of free choice. Grover Norquist, the head of Americans for Tax Reform, even goes so far as to call the Republicans the "leave-us-alone coalition". But on the most sensitive subject of all -- reproductive rights -- conservatives are now on the side of government control. The Democrats are no more coherent: a party that will do anything to protect a woman's right to choose an abortion will not support her right to choose a public school for her child.
Compare this with a blog entry I wrote last month.

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