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Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "Abortion the Clash of Absolutes" by Laurence H. Tribe.
I read the book Abortion the Clash of Absolutes, by Laurence H. Tribe. I read pages 3-228. This book gives arguments for both sides of the abortion argument. It also talks about the governments role in the constitution to give support to a side. It is used by those who are trying to form an opinion of abortion and those who want to know why others feel differently than them. It doesn't take a side it gives the facts of both opinions.

Roe vs. Wade in 1973 announced that the U.S. constitution protects a woman's right to decide whether to end a pregnancy or not. At first it was only legal to have an abortion if needed to save the life of the mother. That all changed when a women lied and said she was raped so she could have an abortion. The Roe opinion said three things. First...

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