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I don't think believing that circumstances matter for whether someone commits a crime and ends up in prison is particularly left wing.

Guiliani broken-window policing is based on the idea that criminality is due to the enviroment.

Arguing that we should make it easier to get an abortion because of the Freakonomics reasons likely would be more favored by the left. The argument that it's the lead is also more popular on the left than it's on the right.






Arguing that we should make it easier to get an abortion because of the Freakonomics reasons likely would be more favored by the left.

I donít have the stats, but in my experience people openly advocating easier access to abortion for Freakonomics reasons are more likely to be found on the right (usually among the HBD crowd) than on the left (Freakonomics-type liberals). In both cases though, such advocates represent a small fringe of the left and right-wing ideological movements.
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