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- adj. Opposed to the spanking of children.
There is good reason to believe that most, if not all, of the research that fuels antispanking arguments is tainted by ideological bias on the part of the researchers in question.
The usual antispanking argument consists of three equally misleading assertions:
If they eventually succeed, antispanking law will put us on a slippery slope leading straight to Hillary Clinton’s collectivist “village,” where the elite few—as wryly expressed by columnist Thomas Sowell—“impose their superior wisdom and virtue on parents.”
For antispanking hysterics, Lieber’s law was only a test case.
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