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The harsh realities of early pregnancy Continuing in the use of pathos she ends her article by contemplating the misery that a father went through after losing his wife to a Lysol abortion. After having argued the political views of abortion she empathetically surprises the reader by contemplating the death of the fourth woman (I mentioned this in the beginning), and the effect it had on the husband. Martha contemplates the following: I also thought about a man: the husband of that 32-year-old woman who died in Arkansas, so long ago. It was an act of courage—a rare one—for him to bring her in himself, and to stay with her. Both of them had conspired in a criminal 3 activity. How can we calculate that man’s misery? Imagine him sitting in the hospital waiting room, an obscene pantomime of the times he had likely sat in a very different kind of waiting room, as his children were being born. Imagine the disdain with which he would have been regarded by many of the nurses and doctors. It would have been impossible, during those wretched hours, to try to

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