Argumentative Essay on Abortion

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    controversial topic, abortion. She argues that women should be allowed to be in control of their pregnancy and not the politicians running this country. She describes her experience working with women as a family law attorney and claims that she has never encountered a woman that was “traumatized” by the procedure. Kraw defends that it is a woman’s right whether or not she would like to have an abortion. The article ends very strongly by calling for the women who have had an abortion to speak up…

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    Pregnancy at a young age, or teen pregnancy, is a commonly known issue throughout the United States that affects the lives of many. “In 2013, a total of 273,105 babies were born to women aged 15-19 years, for a live birth rate of 26.5 per 1,000 women in this age group” (qtd. In CDC, “About Teen Pregnancy”). There are various websites on this issue that hold a wide range of information, from parent and guardian resources, to teenage pregnancy statistics. Some websites on this issue are not…

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    planned parenthood employees committing all sorts of crimes to get woman and girls to get abortions. This may seem like a statement that is overblowing the situation there are countless undercover investigations, from civilians all over the US, showing this to be true. The rest of this article will show some of them, starting with a women who tells multiple employees she is trying to get pregnant but needs an abortion because the fetus is of the wrong sex. Two different employees tell her that…

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    months she realized she was pregnant. Her friends told her to get an abortion. This story is of course fictional, but abortion is a real issue that is still being fought in the courts today. Abortion in the cases of rape, as in the story, is more easily understood because of the trauma and the heartbreak of being raped. Along with abortion, poverty is also a modern day issue that needs to be addressed. Abortion…

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    Abortion Ethical Dilemmas

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    with a situation that can end one of two ways, life or death? Would you go the ethical route, the route that goes against what you believe, or the route that some people would consider murder? Having an abortion can be a strong decision to make and can affect you for the rest of your life. Abortions play a large role in the ethical world and affects the worldviews of many people and countries. Here we have Susan who is battling with herself on what’s the best decision for her and her unborn…

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    control and the right to abortions. The issue with women’s reproductive rights is that they are being threatened to be taken away. In a video produced by PBS Frontline, the problem concerning the restrictions on the rights of women’s reproduction, this video explains the many restrictions placed on abortion to “regulate” abortion; these regulations are allowed so long as they don’t place “undue burden” on women who want an abortion (Last Abortion Clinic 4). Due to abortions being a highly…

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    Abortion is a topic that is highly controversial. Whether abortion should be legal or not is an on going debate, diving the nation in half. In 1973, the Supreme Court Decision of the case Roe vs Wade legalized abortion in the US. Since then, there have been about 57,390,897 abortions in the US and 1,356,143,570 worldwide (Guttmacher Institute). As the never ending debate continues, I believe every women has the right to control over her body and no law should be able to take that away from her…

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    of the risk aspects of spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, pre-term birth and sudden infant death syndrome. Spontaneous abortion is defined as when the baby dies in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. Several different studies cited showed slightly different results of the amount of alcohol necessary to create a correlation to spontaneous abortion. An example of this correlation that has been seen is that three drinks daily increase your risk of spontaneous abortion by three times. Another study…

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    As I Lay Dying Analysis

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    A woman’s role presented in “As I Lay Dying,” and Raise the Red Lantern is associated with having children. In these two stories, women are used to have babies, and once they complete that task they are forgotten about. A woman’s personality, and wellbeing is unimportant to the men, therefore leaving it up to the women on whether or not they want to please the man, or choose to do what makes them happy. In “As I Lay Dying,” Dewey Dell, a seventeen-year-old girl, was faced with the challenge of…

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    “The Mother” The poem is filled with life 's small ironies down to the title ,“The Mother,” by reading the poem we know the speaker is not a mother in the literal sense her pregnancies ended in abortion through the monologue she addressed her children who were never born and reveals her feeling and justifications as if the children were in her presence. The first ten lines are in couplets, after which the rhyme scheme becomes irregular. Brooks maintains her freedom to vary line length and rhythm…

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