Abortion Essay | Abortion: Pro Choice Vs. Anti-Choice

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Abortion: Pro Choice Vs. Anti-Choice

Summary: Questions if abortion should remain legal. Provides pros and cons on the controversial issue. Explores the history of abortion in the United States. Examines the political ramifications of the issue.
Abortion has existed in almost every society and was legal under Roman law. A fetus, historically, has not been recognized as a legal entity (not until the later half of the 1800's at least). When our country was founded abortion was legal, and it remained legal up until about 1900 when virtually all abortions were outlawed. It took until the mid 60's to begin to change abortion laws (due to illegal abortion procedures), and in 1973 a law passed that legalized abortion again. The debate regarding the legality of abortion has two rigid sides: Pro-life or pro-choice (some of course being undecided). The topic questions both morals and religious philosophies. I believe that it is a woman's right to have access to abortion, and that the government should not interfere.

Polls show that most Americans choose pro-choice by a small margin. If abortion was to be made...

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