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Abortion Prezi

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Noellee Brown

on 18 March 2013

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Abortion Noellee Brown Pro-Life vs. Pro Choice Solutions? Will This Argument Ever End? How does America Feel Personal Feelings Bias Pro-Choice What Does Science Say Pro-Life What's the BIG deal? History How It All Started? Problem The two conflicting sides of varying of points of view on whether someone should have the right or not. In the 1960s, inspired by the civil rights and antiwar movements, women began to fight more actively for their rights. The fast-growing women's movement took the taboo subject of abortion to the public. Many women got up in front of strangers to talk about their illegal abortions. Women marched and rallied and lobbied for abortion on demand. Civil liberties groups and liberal clergy joined in these efforts to support women Abortions have been going on longer than most people think. A Chinese records the number of royal concubines who had abortions in China between the years 515 and 500 BCE. According to Chinese folklore, the legendary Emperor Shennong prescribed the use of mercury to induce abortions nearly 5000 years ago To say that someone is "pro-life" is to say that the person believes that the government has an obligation to preserve all human life, regardless of intent, viability, or quality-of-life concerns. To be "pro-choice" is to believe that individuals have unlimited autonomy with respect to their own reproductive systems as long as they do not breach the autonomy of others. There is no scientific basis for the existence of a soul, but there is no scientific basis for the existence of subjectivity, either, which makes it difficult to ascertain concepts such as "sanctity." Physics alone can't tell us whether a human life is worth more or less than a rock. We value each other for social, emotional reasons; science does not tell us to do it. Personal Feelings I don’t think there’ll ever be a solution because the two opposing have very conflicting views and you can't really come to compromise when it comes to the termination of a pregnancy. The pro-life movement argues that even non-viable, undeveloped human life is sacred and must be protected by the government. Abortion, according to this model, must not be legal, nor should it be widely practiced on an illegal basis. The pro-choice movement argues that in cases where human personhood cannot be proven, e.g. in pregnancies prior to the point of viability, the government does not have the right to impede a woman's right to decide whether or not to continue a pregnancy. Many Physical activities like strenuous labor, climbing, paddling, weightlifting, or diving were a common technique. Reform came gradually. A few states liberalized abortion laws, allowing women abortions in certain circumstances and left the decisions to doctors
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