Abortion In America Pros And Cons

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Abortion in American politics has been a major issue for decades. The reason why it has been a major issue is because of the political parties and their unwillingness to come to a compromise. The Democrats, whom are mostly liberal, say that abortion is a civil right and the Republican, whom are mostly conservative, say that abortion should be illegal. Citizens, whom elect these representatives, are not very polarization and their stances change according to the situation at hand. We can say that “In America today there is a disconnect between an unrepresentative political class and the citizenry it purports to represent” (Fiorina 2009, p. xix). Democratically elected representatives and politicians affiliated with the Democratic Party strongly support women’s right to choose. As the party has stated, in the 2012 Democratic Party…show more content…
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