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Of the numerous American Problems in todays society abortion is without a doubt one of the most culturally significant and opinion-forming It is a topic that has the American public divided by values and ethics Some believe it is immoral and murderous to abort a potential human being others that it a necessity in todays world and that it is the choice of the carrying woman and her close ones We are against abortion in most cases because of the fact that there are so many other solutions and alternatives that could not only save a life but could make moral and ethical logic Also it involves the killing of a developed human child that could potentially make culturally significant contributions to the world Of course it is an issue that forms emotional opinions and many would disagree with our view However when the topic is viewed as a whole we feel that there are better ways to solve this American Problem The alternatives to abortion are so abundant that it makes having one performed appear illogical Much can be done to solve the problem in ways that are in the interests of all parties For instance adoption is almost always an option in these cases If the woman were to have the child and give it to an adoption agency rather than have it aborted it would allow the child to enjoy a full life with all benefits instead of no life at all Adoption agencies would not only choose and build a good life for the child but they would allow the mother to approve before-hand The typical adopted teenager is growing up healthy in a strong adoptive family according to a new Search Institute study entitled Growing Up Adopted Abortion Alternativescom There are of course other examples of solutions that can help the problem be solved For one abortion is especially a moral outrage because of the fact that a
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