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Discuss and Debate #Rights
What are the fundamental norms that govern our legal, social or ethical principles? This section discusses rights in its widest form.
Should Police Be Represented In Pride Parades?
Should Rights Movements Stop Focusing on Differences?
Should The Internet Be Regulated?
Should Dogs Be Banned In Cities?
International Women's Liberation Party, worth the try?
The Libertarian Solution: Can People Govern Themselves?
Should Organ Donation be Mandatory?
Should there be automatic voter registration in the US?
Is There No Basis For Morality Without The Spiritual/Supernatural?
The ACLU and Charlottesville: Should the ACLU Defend White Supremacists?
Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice: Should Abortion be Legal?
Governments should impose methods of population control.
Should NCAA Athletes Be Paid?
Is There A Need For Testing on Lab Animals in Research?
Should Human Life Be Valued Above Animal Life?
Should Obligatory Community/Military Service Be Introduced?
Should conscientious objection to abortion be banned?
Should U.S. Transgender Troops be Allowed to Deploy to Combat?
On The Right Track, Baby?: Should LGBT Campaigning Use The Narrative That LGBT People Are 'Born This Way'?
Should People Be Allowed To Work More Than 10 Hours/Day?
Abigail's Story, rank them!
Is Earth bipolar, meaning do we have two parallel words co-existing in real time and space?
Do AI have rights?
Is Compulsory Voting essential to fair Democratic outcomes for Citizens?