Roe V. Wade Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun

Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun

Thesis Statement

America needs to repent of the innocent blood shed by the legalizing of abortion.


The Constitution does not explicitly cite any right of privacy. This right of privacy, whether it be supported in the Fourteenth Amendment's thought of bodily liberty and penalty upon declare motion, as we contact it is, or as the District Court motivated, in the Ninth Amendment's reservation of rights to the population, is wide enough to embrace a woman's judgement whether or not to terminate her pregnancy. Maternity, or other young infants, amy compel upon the female a ...
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