Argumentative Essay on Abortion

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    should abortion be promoted as a product in the supermarket, however that does not mean the option should be taken away from women who suffer from sexual assaults which are unfortunately often committed domestically or by someone they know. The definition of abortion according to dictionary.reference.com iS "The termination of pregnancy by the removal or expulsion from the uterus of a fetus or embryo prior to being capable of normal growth.” While pro-life supporters believe that abortion should…

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    Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by surgical or with the use of medicated drugs. Abortions have been practiced for many centuries. “The earliest description of abortion comes from the Eber Papyrus, in 1550 BCE” (Tom Head). Prolife side argues that all humans have the right to life. Also prolife supporters say a fetus is human as soon as the sperm enters into the egg. The fetus has the right to life and abortion should be illegal. However, prochoice side claims that all humans have the…

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    Did you know that there are millions of people not alive today because of abortion? Some think that abortion is a horrid and sick way of dealing with an unplanned or unwanted child; pro-life, while others think of it as plan B and/or their right; pro-choice. Someone who is pro-choice feels a woman has the legal right to abort her child, while a person who is pro-life feels that human life begins at conception and that the fetus is in fact a person and has a right to life. But the big question is…

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    Abortion. Do you know what it is? Well whether you do or not you should read this. It may change your mind about abortion for the better. Yes abortion may be legal in the state you live in, but does that make it right? Don’t think so. So if you’re interested in learning more about abortion, read this. Why do people think abortion is right? Abortion is a very powerful topic and many people have different outlooks on it. Abortion is a cruel act of killing the fetus while in the mother’s womb.…

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    affected, the mothers are too! About forty percent of women suffer infertility after abortions. The fact our government has even passed laws that make abortion legal, in the name of giving women “choices”, is sickening in God’s eyes, as well as many people’s. The first legalization of abortion happened in 1973. The 9th and 14th Amendments guarantee a women’s “right to privacy”—a right that extends to abortion. But how can taking a life from someone else be a right? Doesn’t the unborn girl get…

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    most important issue in the 2016 Presidential election is abortion. Abortion is one of the most important issues because abortion is murder. Since abortion is murder to innocent unborn children, the procedure should be illegal. Although restrictions of abortion give women enough information about abortion to protect the lives of unborn children, the law is never enough. Government funds need to go to health clinics that do not provide abortions instead of going to Planned Parenthood because the…

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    How do you feel about abortion? Do you believe in it? Is it becoming a big controversy? Abortions shouldn 't be legal or performed. I have many reasons for this is because it 's basically killing a person. Abortion is not justified because it affects a woman 's health, the emotional strain, and her life becomes more unstable knowing what she has done in the past. Many people argue that abortion affects a woman 's health, and it also affects her emotionally and physically. It is mostly argued…

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    Abortion is a topic that many come to disagree on in this world full of opinions; it is also easy for many to fall between the middle as undecided even if they’re Christians who have accepted Jesus into their life because of so many different reason, and the various situations that occur; but before we get into those reasons it is important to know a little bit about Christians and the different beliefs between the groups and why although there is not a distinct prohibition about abortion in the…

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    Abortions in America Abortion is a subject greatly debated & the debates are divided into Pro-Life and Pro-Choice. Pro-Life supporters believe that abortion should be illegal and Pro-Choice supporters believe that it should always be a woman’s decision on whether she keeps a baby, or not. I am Pro-Life. I believe that abortion is a bad thing and that is why women are given other alternatives, if there should be a reason why they can’t take care of their child/children. Pro-Life means that…

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    The right to an abortion has been controversial for over 60 years. According to Michael Taylor, the executive director of the National Committee for a Human Life Amendment, it was the 1950s when some groups “began urging the overturn or modification of existing laws”. During the 19th century states passed their own laws, making abortion after 20 weeks a felony. Over time, more restrictions were put on abortion. Personally, I think that women have rights and a choice to decide if they want to…

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