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Helping Make a Dignified Choice Every year in the United States 25 of pregnancies are ended in abortion This number may seem quite high but it is actually on the decline and is much lower than several other countries These numbers are extremely high for one main reason That reason is a lack of education When young women become pregnant they feel the only alternative to having the baby is abortion This is wrong and that is why we must educate the public to bring the abortion numbers down The abortion issue has two sides Pro-lifers believe that a human life is created at conception Pro-choicers believe life begins at birth Both groups have the common goal of minimizing the number of abortions but have different ways of accomplishing that For example pro-lifers believe abortion should be illegal while pro-choicers believe that it is the womans body as well as her choice The other main differences lie in the definitions of several key terms For example take the word pregnancy Pro-lifers believe pregnancy starts at conception while pro-choices believe it starts at the time of birth To bring down the abortion rate we need to focus on the factors causing the problems Baird I believe the main factor is a lack of education If we started to educate children earlier about pregnancy we would see a drop in the number of pregnancies and abortions While this technique may be long and expensive it is the best remedy for the long run There are several ways we can implement this technique We could develop a program similar to DARE in which it is demanded for students to take classes DARE which stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education has been especially successful The purpose of the program is to inform children that popularity can be found in positive and nonviolent behavior The program also helps children feel a sense of belonging that stresses their values
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