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Stripping the cant from matters of life and death

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On issues like abortion and capital punishment, writes Conrad Black, we should be clear about what is involved and not paper the act over with clichés about choice and dignity ...Read the full article

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  1. Andre Poirier from Canada writes: A good read... I can't understand half of what he is saying. He is so concise that you have to read the sentence over and over again to get it - and then I don't have the background to know what he is referring to to draw his conclusions.

    Obviously Conrad is a misunderstood man. The sample of editorials I have read make me feel like I don't know enough ... and that his structured conclusions are so well founded. I dare not challenge his interpretation of historical facts because, hey I don't know the historical facts.

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