abortio

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In their warped universe, any pro-life legislation or other activity aimed at denying women the "right" to abortio n on demand is criminal because it forces the woman to remain pregnant, which they see as a state of slavery.
It also discusses the role of physicians in the public debate on the liberalisation of abortio n laws and regulations.
Even in the richer countries, too many pregnancies are unintended and result in abortio n.
But a much more detailed treatment of the morality of abortio employing Thomson's assumption about the weakness of our duty to aid strangers, offers support for t conclusion.
The context for my comments is the recent reaffirmation of the principles of the Hyde Amendment an the specter of official fear surrounding the place of choice concerning abortio in the National Health Plan.