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OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS: Topics < http://depts.luzerne.edu/library/ > Abortion Adoption Affirmative action AIDS (Disease) Alcoholism Animal experimentation Animal rights Assisted suicide Athletes Bioethics Biological weapons Birth control Capital punishment (death penalty) Censorship Child abuse Church and state Civil rights Cloning Creationism Crime Death Divorce Domestic violence Driving while intoxicated Drug abuse Drug traffic Drugs and athletes Eating disorders Education Elderly Emigration and immigration Employment Endangered species Environmentalism Euthanasia Evolution (Biology) Family Family relations Feminism Gambling Gangs Genetic engineering Genocide Global warming Globalization Gun control Hate crimes Health care reform Health insurance Homelessness Homosexuality Human rights
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