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ENGLISH 101 A FICTIONALIZED DIALOGUE An article which was written in the New York times had raised the need for discussion A woman who had accepted money from a couple had agreed to be the surrogate mother of the couples baby They had signed a contract which requires the surrogate mother to terminate her parental rights as soon as the child was born After the surrogate mother delivered she realized that she loved the child and did not want to give her up The couples who had paid and signed that contract sends her to court to claim the child Kobe and Gina who read this case argues about what the outcome of the case should be KobeThis woman must be crazy if she thinks she can just take the couples money for free Money is hard to come by these days and it would be really annoying if someone plays this game with you Gina It looks like you care most about the money and nothing else Kobe Yes The money matters to me but thats not the only reason why I think the surrogate mother is wrong I feel there is no reason why a contract should be broken GinaI understand that personal ownership is important because it gives people the incentive to work And I also believe that contracts serve as a security but I do think that some contracts should not be upheld because of its provisions KobeWell to my understanding the surrogate mother accepted the couples money and agreed to give up her parental rights on the day of delivery There is no evidence that she was forced to sign the contract And there is no showing that she is of unsound mind GinaYes she agreed but dont you think that the money incentive of the surrogacy contract must have coerced her in the decision making KobeWhat you fail to understand is that she was given
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