Women's Corruption : The Legalization Of Abortion

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Is it truly easier to kill your unborn child, then to wave goodbye while handling the child to a more fit family? This question has become a controversial issue. Women become pregnant whether it was their choice, unexpected, or by being rape. The argument main points are the right of a woman to control her own reproductive capacity and the right of an unborn child. There are people in this world on both sides of this issue. On January 22, 1973, the legalization of abortion was made by the decision of the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade, which gave the women’s right to have an abortion under the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution. (Cable News Network 2017) (CNN) An abortion is one of the surgical procedures mostly perform in the united states. It’s performed to terminate a human pregnancy by removing the fetus out of the mother’s body before it can survive outside of the uterus. According to CNN in 2013 there were 644,435 abortions performed in the United States by women between the ages of 15-44. (CNN,2017) It has been argued that if a pregnant woman does not want her baby she can give birth, and give the baby up for adoption. In 1851, the nation’s first adoption statute was passed in Massachusetts. Judges would determine if adoption was in the child’s best interest and if the adoptive parents had the consent of the parent or adoptee guardian to adopt the child. Making the decision to put a child up for adoption is a better choice than abortion because there are different
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