Population Control - Rebuttal

  • Those countries that outlaw abortion have an overcrowding problem

    • This does not indicated cause and effect these countries also have little or no access to birth-control, poor education, etc.

    • War, disease and famine also curb population growth. Should we condone them?

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Abortion is often said to be a means to prevent over-population. Abortion proponents claim that those countries that outlaw abortion have very high birth rates. They often fail to point out that those countries are often composed of Roman Catholic populations, which are not allowed to use birth control measures. Even those that are not Roman Catholic often lack access to birth control, and generally have limited availability of educational programs. It has been pointed out that other bad events, such as war, disease, and famine can curb population growth. Should we condone those things as well?

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