Banning Of Spanking

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The California woman representative called Sally Leiber was concerned about spanking. She went ahead to propose that it should be banned but the response was not encouraging on her side (Bazelon, 2007). Actually statistics showed that majority of the people did not have a problem with spanking. 77% of the polls rejected the banning of spanking in America. She wanted to make it easier for the prosecutors to give evidences on child abuse and that the court would take necessary action. The passing of the law failed because parents in US believed that it was good to discipline their children through hard spanking (Bazelon, 2007). UN statistics shows that 19 countries that used to practice spanking have banned it. It seems a different case in the

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