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Abortion Essay

  • Submitted by: vicugo15
  • on February 20, 2012
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 1,210 words

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“Could This Be Their Beginning or End?”

Many people during the first month of 1973 had many exciting events going on where they were anticipated for an outcome.   The first worldwide telecasts of Elvis Presley live in Hawaii grabbed focus to as many viewers as the first moon landing. Many also so anticipated to watch the Miami Dolphins take on the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII, where Miami won the game, but also stunned many game watchers where Miami had a perfect season (Gillis, 1973). But behind these exciting and upraising events, there was an argument that was fought for 3 years. This argument had two sides. The winning side, just as excited to win this long time argument; to where the losing side was just plain disappointed, but 100 times more disappointed than the Redskin fans. This Super Bowl was fought between Roe and Wade. If you may not know this, this case can also be known as Roe v. Wade. This was an abortion case where it was argued to either legalize or keep abortion illegal (Hillstrom, 35). For sure I would have been on the other half of Americans who were upset of the passing of the law. Is okay to keep abortion legal? What are the rights and wrongs of this medical practice? Does the right of life include unborn fetuses or do they even have a life? The argument of abortion has been raging on for years and years. You’re either on the pro-choice side or pro-life side. (Pro-Choice - for abortion; Pro-Life - against abortion). There is no in between. So, which side would you pick?

Abortion has been around way longer, even before the 1973 case Roe v. Wade; where it legalized abortion (Hillstrom, 5). Let us go back to the 1700’s. Abortion at that time was considered to be a private matter, where a mother could get rid of her own unborn child. Reasons why many mothers would turn to abortions at that at time were from rapes, incest, and having a baby that posed a great threat to the mother or fetus mentally or physically. Many mothers...

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