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How Population Control Theory Led to Abortion

mother holding newborn baby, fears of first time mothers

In the last 50 years, over 60 million Americans have been killed through abortion. In China, where the myth of the population bomb led to the horrific one-child policy, some 300 million babies were slaughtered, many against the will of their mothers. Instead of saving the planet, these vain ideas of population control have left the nations of the world with a birth dearth. Russia, China, and Japan are notably struggling to maintain their numbers even as their older population phases out of the workforce.

The 'Declaration on a New American Future' Challenges Abortion as a 'Population Solution'

The 'Declaration on a New American Future' Challenges Abortion as a 'Population Solution'

In 1969, President Richard Nixon formally requested the formation of a commission to study the effects of population growth on the United States. On March 27, 1972, the group, called the Rockefeller Commission on Population Growth and the American Future, issued its report. Named for its chairman, John D. Rockefeller, and made up of an august group of Republican and Democrat lawmakers, policy wonks, scientists, sociologists, economists, and foundation heads, the commission’s recommendations left “scarcely any topic touching on family relations and the human right to life… unaffected.”