Should Abortion Be Illegal Research Paper

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Should Abortion Be Illegal? Abortion is a serious topic that people have debated for many years. Everywhere you look the topic abortion appears on television or in newspapers. It already has, and will continue to cause, controversy for years to come. The right to life is the most simple, yet important right that we have. Considering American ethics and values, killing is morally wrong. Then, the killing of unborn children is morally wrong as well. Abortions should be illegal because the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution declares that no states shall deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, there are federal laws protecting the unborn, and murdering individuals is illegal. The history of the legalization of abortion in American …show more content…
Advocates are desperately trying to stop the murder of unborn babies because it is morally wrong. Murdering someone is illegal, so murdering an unborn baby should be illegal, too. An unborn baby is very similar to an elderly person, in that there are quite a few elderly in nursing homes, but we aren’t killing them. We aren’t killing them because it is morally wrong, so why are we killing unborn babies? There is absolutely no reason to have an abortion unless it is going to result in the death of both the mother and child. People today are just getting abortions because they …show more content…
When women get abortions, the babies are alive. They have a heartbeat. I don’t understand anyone that can listen to a heartbeat, and then kill it. The babies need a group like the Pro-Life advocates fighting for their lives because the babies are helpless alone. Abortion is morally wrong. It causes physical and psychological problems. It could ultimately result in death, if something goes wrong. The debate about abortion is one that will never go away until someone takes a stand for life. Yes, I understand that it is the woman’s choice, but the baby doesn’t choose to die. I hope that one day people will understand that the right to life is the most simple, yet important right we

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