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Over the Past 18 years America has seen 27 million abortions but some are still asking if this is moral and should we allow such procedures to take place? Do we have the right to tell someone they must have a baby? Should we have the power to shape ones destiny and destroy a mature life? The answer is no, Rules should be applied but abortion should remain legal. We do not have the right to tell people what to do with their lives that is their own free will.

Picture a single girl 16-24 that works two jobs just trying to pay the rent and struggling financially. Now picture this girl six months down the road with a young child. This girl wanted an abortion but it was illegal so she is now set even further behind due to the new addition. Some will say that it would have been unfair to the child if it were to be aborted they said it has a right to live. Would being aborted really have been so unfair to the child? Now it will live in poverty and most likely will never have a father because his mother is being over worked.

I also believe it is unfair to the community for a child to be raised in such an environment. Law professors at Stanford and the University of Chicago showed in the Newsweek magazine that since Abortion was legalized in New York, California, Washington, Hawaii, and Alaska the murder rate has fallen faster than anytime since prohibition in 1933. Homicide rates have fallen by 40% and violent crime is down by 30%. These states with extremely high abortion rates in the 1970's have seen an enormous drop in crime in the 1990's. This just goes to show a child's environment often has a lot to do with what the child will become.

On the other hand I can see how pro-lifers can say that pro-abortionist have taken 27 million babies lives in 18 years because of there procedures. It is still not right to illegalise abortion because according to the study stated before the crime rate would be muc…

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Abortion

Abortion can be defined as the expulsion or removal of a fertilized egg, or an embryo, or a fetus from a pregnant woman's womb before it can be able to sustain life outside the womb. Abortion can be categorized into two certain types, indirect abortion and direct abortion.Though in today's society abortion is widely used by some women, it considered one of the most overbearing moral issues facing the Catholic Church.
Indirect abortions can occur unexpectedly.By this, it means that it can happen without the intention of the pregnant woman by some outside means.An indirect abortion is also known as a miscarriage.About ten to fifteen percent of pregnancies end up in a miscarriage.Almost all miscarriages occur before the third month of pregnancy, and often without the woman yet being sure if she is pregnant.The main symptoms usually involved are bleeding from the vagina, cramping of the uterus, and passage of blood clots or tissue from the vagina.Usually doctors cannot find the cause of miscarriages, but mostly half of all miscarriages occur because the fetus is abnormal or the mother sustains an injury or disorder that prevents her from carrying the pregnancy to term.There is no treatment that can prevent a miscarriage once it has started
Direct abortions are induced which means that it is brought on because either a pregnancy is unwanted or it presents a risk to the woman's health.This type of abortion is brought about through numerous technological or chemical methods.Direct abortions are performed during the third month of pregnancy because it is the simplest and safest time for the pregnant woman.There are various types of ways to abort a fetus, but the most common operation is the Vacuum Aspiration.Though this procedure is the most common, it cannot be used after the third month of pregnancy because after the third month, abortions are more difficult and less safe for the mother to unde…

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