Row V. Wade Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Row V. Wade
Discusses the legal background, Supreme Court decision affirming the abortion right and dissenting views.
# 22423 | 1,350 words | 3 sources | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 09, 2003 in Law (Historic Trials) , Hot Topics (Abortion) , Law (General)

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"One of the most divisive issues in American politics today is abortion, with strong feelings on both sides and with two unyielding perspectives in direct conflict. The pro-life perspective sees human life as beginning at conception, and therefore any abortion for any reason is considered murder. The pro-choice movement sees the issue as being the right of the woman to control her own body, and for this movement abortion is to be provided on demand, with no governmental controls on the matter at all. While there are some pro-life people who make allowances for abortion under some circumstances, such as when the life of the mother is endangered or in the case of rape or incest, the core of the movement holds abortion as wrong under any circumstances. For millions of people in the middle, abortion is allowable under some circumstances, but some controls ..."

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