"Abortion ProCon.org." ProConorg Headlines. Web. 12 Feb. 2016. ProCon.org is an independent organization that was created in July of 2004. The organization is not politically biased and is attended to reach a diverse audience. Its goal is to present controversial issues that promote critical thinking and inform the public audience. This website leads readers to a page titled, “Should Abortion Be Legal?” It lists facts relating to the topic, and each provides a reference source to help further guide research. It gives a background on abortion by explaining the different views, the process, the federal regulations, and state regulations. It also provides …show more content…
The Human Life Review was founded by James P. McFadden in 1975 to discuss all issues along the idea of abortion. The journal is geared toward the audience of academic, professional, and general. Craddock is a graduate of The King’s College in New York City, and is currently a representative of Personhood Education at the United Nations. Craddock’s article discusses the moral value of human life, and describes the controversy between two Australian ethicists who proposed that infanticide, also referred to as "after-birth abortion", should be accepted in all circumstances that accept abortion. This article shows two different views on moral abortion, and give lots of references to other credible articles.
This source will help me to show the argument of morality by answering the central question, “Why is the Morality of Abortion a Common Medical Ethics Issue?” This article discusses the argument of that fetuses and infants are human beings, although they are not necessarily subject to moral right. This source is relatable to The New York Times article on the case of Dr. Gosnell, and it is a good counter argument to the Washington Post article, “Stop Calling Abortion a ‘Difficult …show more content…
"Stop Calling Abortion a 'Difficult Decision '" The Washington Post. 16 Aug. 2014. Web. 2016.
The Washington Post was created in 1877 and is the most widely circulated daily newspaper. It is located and published in Washington D.C. The Washington Post has won forty-seven Pulitzer Prizes. The author of the article, “Stop Calling Abortion a 'Difficult Decision '," Janet Harris is the President of Upstream Analysis. In Harris’s article shows the progression of the acceptation of abortion. She explains the difference between the views of both pro-choice and pro-life advocates. She uses studies, surveys, and statistics to justify the views of abortions. Harris persuades the idea that abortion is not a difficult decision, but rather a straightforward one.
This newspaper article includes reliable facts that will be crucial in my evidence to back up specific points dealing with the different views on abortion. Harris’s article will be a major source when discussing the Pro-Life views and arguments. This article contains important information that will be useful and important when continuing this project. Harris’s article is related to both Craddock’s and Smith’s article.
"Text of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act." GovTrack.us. Web. 12 Feb.