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Essay | Abortion: The Right to Choose

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Abortion: The Right to Choose

Summary: It's possible that the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade could be overturned with the appointment of new Supreme Court justices by President Bush. The reasons why abortion rights should be the law of the land are defended.
Abortion: The Right to Choose

The reelection of President George W. Bush holds potentially significant consequences for women's rights, particularly a women's right to choose. Abortion, a hot button topic of main stream society, was first made legal in the United States with the Supreme Court's landmark case of Roe v. Wade in late 1973. The Court's current configuration favors abortion and a woman's right to choose by a five-to-four vote. But many political and Court analysts believe that these next four years will give President Bush the opportunity to fill vacancies on the Supreme Court, a President and administration that Senator Hillary Clinton says, view "Roe v. Wade [as] the biggest abomination of The Constitution in our history ." A champion of the pro-life cause, President Bush will most likely fill any open spots on the Supreme Court with conservative justices holding an anti-abortion stance, thus...

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