08 February 2013
“Late Term Abortions Should be banned”
In the article,” Late Term Abortions Should Be banned”, Susan E. Wills argues late term abortion is unnecessary and should be banned. She gives descriptions of what happens during these procedures. The information is provided from doctors and nurses and judges supporting her argument. In the first portion of the article she uses historical reference of the Nazi occupied Germany in comparison to late term abortions, claiming they are much too close to infanticide. She questions where the line should be drawn on abortion and what people are willing to consider OK. Towards the end of her article wills also gives the Americans opinion on late term abortions. She gives reference to national polls on this topic in favor of the ban. She goes into detail of how the view of abortion has changed in America.
This article brings into light a very grotesque kind of abortion that needs to be banned. Under no circumstance should a fetus at twenty-seven weeks be partially delivered and cruelly murdered. In this article Wills gives many details and facts that define what exactly a late term abortion is. There are many supporting details and the information is accurate and fair. There are also supporting statements from doctors, nurses,and judges along with the opinion of America that there is just something unsettling about late term abortions. Wills has provided very reliable information in this article. This article is effective.
In Wills article, she provides adequate information. She give the readers an idea of how and what exactly the procedure involves. Wills states, “ In March 1996, in riveting eyewitness testimony to congress, a nurse gave 'partial-birth abortion' (as it came to be known) a face-specifically the 'most perfect angelic face' of a baby boy at 26 ½ weeks' gestation age. Dr. Haskell delivered the boy alive, feet-first, up to his neck, then stuck scissors into the base of his skull,...
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