Abortion : The Right To Life

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Ever since the case of Roe v. Wade in 1973, abortion has been one of the most contentious issues in our society. Which later leads to the debate between pro-life and pro-choice. On the one hand, the pro-life perspective feels that all children should have the right to live. On the other hand, the pro-choice view believes that a woman should have the right to choose what is right for her and the situation at hand. This debate today has widely impacted everyone in the United States. The National Right to Life stands behind a mission which is to protect the right of souls, that is the right to life of every human from birth to destruction. With that in mind, the group firmly believes that a woman should not seek out abortion. NRL is strongly against abortion because it’s the killing of an innocent unborn human at the early phases of growth. The National Right to the life work with families who are on the verge of having an abortion to help them overcome the difficult situation and choose life for their baby. Arguably, it is inherently wrong to kill an unborn child regardless of the conditions. According to the National Right to Life Committee, some arguments that might be present when debating pro-life is that even a nonviable, fetus is a blessing and must be protected by the government. Other reasons that the members of pro-life might use in defending their views is that you can’t cure a sick patient by killing them. An example of the above arguments could be if the baby
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