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What is abortion According to the Websters 21st Dictionary abortion reads as the following pregnancy before full development of the fetus 1 However abortion means many different contexts to different individuals For example to a single mother on welfare who may already be raising other children abortion of an unwanted or unexpected pregnancy may be the only salvation in her eyes to relieve her of her anguish over bringing another unwanted baby into the world For others on opposing sides abortion is clearly murder and any woman or physician willing to perform such an act is in the eyes of these advocates a killer of human life In researching abortion One is compelled to feel sympathy for individuals who have had to make such a moral decision This author does not believe in abortions however it is the womans choice and should be legal so that there are safe abortions performed In this paper will show some of the statistics involved with abortion and the some of the political issues at hand It will proceed to also show some of the different arguments that seem to plague both the pro-life partisans and the pro-choice partisans Abortion is a deeply private issue touching the most intimate elements of a womans life and yet it has become such a public concern that the nation battles to define a national policy enforced by law It is a moral ethical legal and medical issue that has seared Americas politics for more than four decades It has brought about debate among the nations political parties divided churches and religious groups provoked violence and middle--of-the-night firebombing and rallied millions to political involvement in the streets and at the ballot box Two days after President Clinton was inaugurated he signed orders repealing regulations that had been at the core
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