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Week 1-Initial Argumentative Essay: Abortion Rights and Roe vs Wade (Essay Sample)

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Week 1-Initial Argumentative Essay: Abortion Rights and Roe vs Wade
In January 23rd 1973, a Supreme Court case ruling between Roe and Wade was a landmark in U.S personal liberty and abortion rights. The Supreme Court ruled that the restrictive state regulation on abortion was unconstitutional. Through a majority opinion presented by Justice Harry Blackmun, the court held that the statutes in the Texas state legalizing abortion are in most instances against women's constitutional right of privacy. In supporting the decision, the court referred to the liberty guarantee stated in the Fourth Amendment. The clause states, '…nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.' (Adamek, 409). Therefore, the state was found to have implicated the clause. The case began in 1970 when 'Jane Roe' a fictional name used to protect the identity of plaintiff, instituted federal action against Henry Wade, a district attorney in Dallas, Texas. The purpose of this paper is to offer the arguments on the position of pro-choice in abortion rights and Roe vs Wade case. 

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