The U.S. Commission on Unalienable Rights Sidesteps Abortion

"The reasons for the omission are perhaps understandable. For one thing, the report’s introduction notes that the commissioners 'are not of one mind on many issues where there are conflicting interpretations of human rights claims,' including abortion. Because the report aimed to achieve unanimity among the commission’s eleven members, naming elective abortion as a human-rights abuse may have been an impossibility." - National Review

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