Abortion in the United States3

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Abortion in the United States In the past few years, there has been an ongoing debate in the United States over the topic of abortion. There have been many advances in the procedures involved in abortions, but many people think that these procedures should not be put into practice. Our country is split into two factions. Those that support abortion, the Pro- Choice; and those that are against abortion, the Pro-Life. I belong to the second group, the Pro-Life, because I believe that abortion is wrong. There are many reasons that abortion should not be allowed in our country. Abortion can hurt the mother physically or psychologically, it is murder according to the Christian faith, and it is also a selfish act. I believe that abortion should not be allowed in any cases. Abortion obviously takes the lives of young infants, but it can also ruin the lives of their mothers. Many women, post-abortion, experience great levels of depression. They realize the implications of what they have done, but it is too late. They have already killed their unborn child, and they are emotionally scarred for life. Though uncommon, there have been cases in which mothers committed suicide after they had
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2008 for the course EN 1013 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.

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