The Abortion Debate Analytical Essay by The Research Group

The Abortion Debate
An in depth discussion on abortion and its moral ramifications
# 70587 | 1,150 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Hot Topics (Abortion) , Hot Topics (General)


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This paper contends that few topics in American politics are more explosive and more divisive than abortion. It explains that although the legal history of abortion is relatively short, it is complicated and continues to be actively debated and pursued by activists on both sides of the argument: pro-choice activists are refocusing their fight to achieve greater access to abortions for all women and pro-life activists, while combating these new pro-abortion pursuits, continue to fight for an overturning of the original decision that led to the legalization of abortion, Roe v. Wade. This paper reviews a representation of the literature on the abortion debate, as well as the legal history and moral debate.

From the Paper:

"More than thirty years after Roe the jury is still out. Few topics in American politics are more explosive and more divisive than abortion. Perhaps this is because it encompasses a vast combination of one's constitutional rights, moral issues, religious belief .."

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