Arguments Against Abortion In America

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Abortion in America Rodney brown Wilmington University Abortion Abortion might be called the daughter of the civil rights movement. It quickly became one of the most important movements to date the 21st century. In this essay I intend to discuss how politics and religion is becoming a roadblock for insuring women’s abortion rights, I will contrast the arguments of Pro-life v. Pro-choice supporters and give facts and details to why this is such a hot topic in current affairs. Also I will discuss why no man should have the power to decide the freedom of choice for a woman. At the center of the pro-choice / pro-life debate is the prioritization of values, and religious freedom. Religious freedom is what America was founded upon; this…show more content…
Pro-life Pro-lifers would like to see the outlaw of abortions in America. Many people confuse the Pro-life movement to be the Republican Party; they just have been standing next to one another for a longtime. Right to Life supporters wish to protest the political, social, and moral injustice of abortion, because, the termination of a fetus is a major violation of their values. “I am pro-life. I believe that abortion is the wrong choice except in cases of incest, rape, and to save the life of the mother.” (Romney, 2005) Like Republican candidate for President Mitt Romney, Pro-lifers have many beliefs, these include: all life is sacred; if an abortion is immoral - then it ought to be illegal, the unborn fetus is human and deserves rights, life begins at conception, abortions are not safe, they do not believe that the government should fund abortions, and they believe that the scripture backs up their views. Pro-lifers also believe that the Roe v. Wade decision, legalizing abortion on demand in America, was one of the most important and devastating Supreme Court…show more content…
22, 1973 case Roe v. Wade” (Abortion The equality rights amendments of the Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade have been under attack ever since passed. It was a bad decision, but ever since then women have invaded all aspects of traditionally male dominated work practices, women have proven that there was no difference other than sex. The Pro-life movement is forced to struggle for a truce because, if not the movement dies. Pro-choice The Pro-choice perspective on the other hand preaches, people have the right to control their own body. Contrast to Pro-life perspective - Pro-choice believe that reproductive health care decisions should be made by a woman, they oppose any legislation, judicial decisions that unnecessarily impedes a woman’s access to an abortion. They expect access to affordable abortions, reliable contraceptives, youth sex-education programs, and state / government funding of abortions for low-income women. These lists of demands seem necessary considering the majority dynamic of American population living in or near poverty. If you deny women the right to choose an abortion it impinges upon their civil liberty and the society at large in many of

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