On April 24th, Emmanuel Macron was re-elected as president of France. His re-election was a historical election for the country, in more ways than one.
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If Roe v Wade is overruled countless women from marginalized communities will be forced to bear a child and rely on a perilously thin social safety net. The sense of misery this experience will cause is almost palpable.
The Framers, writers of the Constitution, could not have possibly written down or even known all of the rights that citizens need. Therefore, it is erroneous to argue that the right to abortion is not supported by the Constitution just because it is not specifically stated.
The recent French presidential election saw a rise in the popularity of far-right nationalist candidates. Given France’s stance as Europe's leading country, now that Merkel has stepped aside, the rise of anti-EU nationalism in the Hexagon is worrisome.
Looking at political rhetoric, it is apparent that amidst the endless controversy of modern politics, politicians’ use of rhetoric is undeniably manipulative.