Essay heading: Abortion - Never Ending Debate

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October 24, 1996

 

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The pro-life movement also firmly holds to the belief that regardless of whether or not the fetus is a person, the simple fact that it is a human being is reason enough to allow it to keep living. They argue that the severely mentally handicapped do not meet the definition of a person in extreme cases, and yet we would not see them exterminated, as they become a burden to society...
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This argument is a truly difficult one to combat. Though the fetus may be a member of the human species, is it always better to bring a child into the world, even if it is unwanted, unloved, etc. . . .? What if the birth of the child would result in the death of the mother, or would severely endanger her health? Is it still more important that the child be born? What if the child was the product of a sexual assault? Should the mother who, through no fault of her own, is now carrying this child be forced to give birth to it? In the cases of rape and incest the very idea of being forced to have the child of the woman's abuser is repulsive...
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