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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|ABILITY 1 Knowing what you can not do is more important than knowing what |
you can do. In fact, that's good taste. ... 2 The emphasis must be not on the right to
abortion but on the right to privacy and reproductive control. RUTH BADER ...
Michael Crane - 2004 - 644 pages
|Quotes "I am and always have been pro-choice, and that is not a right any of |
should take for granted. There are ... Nina Burleigh "The emphasis must be not
on the right to ABORTION but on the right to privacy and reproductive control." —
|[Abortion opponents] love little babies as long as they are in somebody else's |
uterus. —JOYCELYN ELDERS (1933–) ... The emphasis must be not on the right
to abortion but on the right to privacy and reproductive control. —RUTH BADER ...
|Wade, while pushing toward the ultimate goal of overturning the landmark |
decision altogether. He supported even the most intrusive and unreasonable
restrictions on reproductive freedom. ... their use of birth control may cause
abortion — an utterly inaccurate statement that defies scientific definitions
endorsed by the medical community and the federal government. ... which the
government has argued in the Supreme Court that. . .the Constitution does not
protect a right to an abortion.
|While feminism is often linked with an abortion rights stance, there is no |
necessary connection between the two. Some feminists are not committed to
abortion rights because they believe that such rights may increase women's ...
they refer, specifically, to the history of reproductive control over women of color,
and the history of abortion rights as ... thus the bearer of rights, and if so, whether
the right to life of the fetus outweighs the rights of the woman to privacy or
ownership of her body.
|They argue that women must have the right to control their own bodies and their |
reproductive lives in order to ... Such arguments emphasize liberal legal values of
choice, autonomy, freedom and privacy. ... Decriminalization does not provide
women with an absolute right to abortion, but allows medical practitioners to ...
|The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to |
deny or disparage others retained by the people. ... Privacy. to. Abortion. In
Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), the Court struck down, by a vote of 7–2, a seldom
-enforced Connecticut statute that made the use of birth control devices a crime.
78 Justice Douglas, writing for the ... Three justices gave further emphasis to the
relevance of the Ninth Amendment, which, they contended, protects fundamental
|Rather, the purpose of the Texas abortion law was to protect the "rights" of the |
fetus or embryo, on the premise that life ... But Wade met a harsh critic in Justice
Stewart, who took immediate exception to the law, noting that Texas does not ...
doctor.13 In her argument, Weddington primarily emphasized the issue of a
woman's right to exercise control over her life ... Thus, the ultimate question in
Roe was whether women had a right to make reproductive decisions (including
abortion) and, ...
|No reason for not covering property rights: Yet neither Griswold nor any Court |
decision since then offers a principled rationale for applying the penumbra theory
to personal rights but not to “property” or “economic” ones. ... means much more
than that married persons may not be prevented from using birth control — it
means that no person, single or married, ... E. Abortion generally: The right of
privacy which the Court found to exist in Griswold has been extended to the
Paul S. Boyer, Melvyn Dubofsky - 2001 - 940 pages
|By linking birth control to the War on Poverty, the Lyndon B. *Johnson |
administration initiated federally supported family-planning programs in the mid-
1960s. ... The family-planning debate was transformed in the late 1960s as
feminists defined abortion as a women's rights issue. ... While most anti-abortion
activists confined themselves to rallies and peaceful demonstrations, a few
violence-prone ... David Garrow, Liberty and Sexuality: The Right to Privacy and
the Making of ''Roe v.
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