August 13, 2004
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An anonymous reader asks:
It might serve Mr. Keyes well if he asks himself: why is it that the number of abortions per fertile woman in a state is so highly correlated with the presence of a large foreign born population?
One simple explanation: the pressures of mass immigration fall strongly on young families and make having a family a difficult option. If Mr. Keyes is really concerned about reducing the incidence of abortion, he might do well to consider taking a stronger stand against mass immigration.