The Libertarian Podcast: Epstein on Abortion


This week’s installment of The Libertarian podcast is sure to get people talking. Our topic: abortion — specifically the legal challenges being posed to new regulations on the practice being imposed at the state level. Professor Epstein surveys the legal landscape in the aftermath of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, theorizes on possible causes for declining abortion rates, and examines whether a libertarian philosophy ought to naturally incline someone to take up the pro-life or pro-choice causes. Listen in below or subscribe to The Libertarian via iTunes or your favorite podcast app.

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  1. Majestyk Contributor

    Is the notion of whether or not bans and laws against certain behaviors are practically enforceable ever a consideration of the court? Does that fall under some sort of absurdity doctrine, or compelling state interest?

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