FREEDOM OF CHOICE

FREEDOM OF CHOICE

freedom of choice.

1. The liberty embodied in the exercise of one’s rights.

2. The parents’ opportunity to select a school for their child in a unitary, integrated school system that is devoid of de jure segregation.

3. The liberty to exercise one’s right of privacy, esp. the right to have an abortion. ¡ª Also termed right to choose; choice. [Cases: Abortion and Birth Control

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