Abortion Should Not Be A Woman 's Right Essay

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Abortion Should not be a Woman’s Right
In 1973, the Supreme Court of the USA ruled that the abortion laws in the state of Texas and all other states were unconstitutional. They justified the killing of a baby in the womb by declaring that they were not “persons” entitled to the protections of our constitution. They also ruled as immaterial, ancient rationales of discourage illicit sex and protect women. The court overruled thousands of years of human law in one decision. This analysis will discuss rationales that support abortion and then discuss the following aspects of the ruling that make it an incorrect decision. These areas include: suppose the Supreme Court was wrong and detail the results of the genocide; abortion has not helped American children; the vast majority of pregnancies that result from violence are not aborted; abortion as birth control, alternatives to abortion are viable (McBride, 2007). These are rationales that pro-abortion advocates use often. Most abortions take place in the first trimester.
1. The concept of personhood is different from the concept of human life. They argue that life that can’t survive outside the womb is not a person. They ignore that millions of people alive today can’t survive without constant care and medication. Should their personhood also be revoked?
2. Adoption is not an alternative to abortion. They argue that it is cruel to expect a mother to carry a baby through birth and then give it away. They ignore the cruelty of…

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