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Natural Law Party on Civil Rights

Party Platform


Uphold laws guaranteeing equal opportunity, not quotas

The Natural Law Party believes that affirmative action is a necessary evil - a stop-gap measure to prevent discrimination. However, the Party does not support quotas, since we feel that representatives of all sectors of society find quotas to be demeaning and a source of resentment in the workplace. The Natural Law Party upholds laws guaranteeing equal opportunity, not equal outcomes.
Source: Natural Law Party Platform 2000 , Nov 7, 2000

Support civil rights legislation to secure rights

Support legislation to uphold the constitutional rights of women and minorities. Dissolve bigotry through programs that develop broad comprehension, increased intelligence, and improved moral reasoning and by reducing social stress that leads to fear and divisiveness. Increase participation in government by women and by minorities to bring greater strength and balance to the administration.
Source: Natural Law Party’s “50-point Action Plan” , Nov 7, 2000

Same sex marriage is not a government issue

Government should not attempt to legislate morality or to intervene in the private moral decisions of its citizenry. Therefore, on principle, the Natural Law Party will not draft legislation to discriminate against, nor to actively support, same-sex marriage.
Source: Natural Law Party Platform 2000 , Nov 7, 2000

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Page last updated: Jul 07, 2014