Should Abortion Be Legal Right? Essay

711 Words Nov 16th, 2015 3 Pages
Abortion is a legal right in the United States since 1900s. However, it always is moral wrong doing. In the definition, an abortion is the premature exit of the products of conception (the fetus, fetal membranes, and placenta) from the uterus. When the sperm meets the egg and the egg is fertilized and attaches to the uterus, it is making a human. Abortion is the way that terminates a pregnancy and reject the fetus (unborn baby), so it is morally wrong and ethically wrong. According to the debate.org showed that 67% American people think that it is morally wrong, so I will demonstrate why it is wrong in the rest of the essay. Induced abortions are a legal right within several restrictions in the U.S. and most other countries today. However, advocates moralism believe that terminate the life of a human fetus is equivalent to murder and should be prohibited, and they also think the right of the mother to decide whether to end a pregnancy and that this right should be protected. According to the Abortion article showed “Opponents of the 1973 Supreme Court ruling, arguing that a fetus is entitled as a "person" to constitutional protection, attacked the decision on a variety of fronts.” According to the abortion article stated that within a lot of the agreement in the social to the congress by time, the President Bill Clinton banned or restricted the controversial practice of intact dilation and extraction in about 30 states, and it was passed by Congress several times in the…

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