The Roe Effect - WSJ.com: [published July 6, 2005] The Roe effect refers specifically to the nexus between the practice of abortion and the politics of abortion. It seems self-evident that pro-choice women are more likely to have abortions than pro-life ones, and common sense suggests that children tend to gravitate toward their parents' values. This would seem to ensure that Americans born after Roe v. Wade have a greater propensity to vote for the pro-life party--that is, Republican--than they otherwise would have.
Evidence of the Roe effect: Slate's No Kids for Me, Thanks: I Don’t Enjoy Alien-Parasites (June 12, 2012)
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