The New Abortion Debate
- AN ASSAULT ON ROE? Waller, Douglas // Time;4/5/2004, Vol. 163 Issue 14, p17
This articles discusses the implications for abortion of the decision to make it a crime to kill or injure a fetus when a pregnant woman is attacked in a federal crime. Where will the next battles be? Pro-life groups are pressing for a federal law that would make it a crime to take a minor...
- Strategy on Abortion. // Time;12/1/1975, Vol. 106 Issue 22, p67
The article focuses on the new anti-abortion strategy of Roman Catholic Church bishops, which is called the Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities, that will address the liberalized ruling on abortion of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973. It states that the church proposed an interdenominational...
- Summa Contra Kilpo. Rees III, Grover // National Review;6/22/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p808
The article discusses the author's views on abortion. It justifies the author's stance that the fetus is human. It criticizes the notion that the fetus is just a mass of cells or a symbol to be ignored or ridiculed. It deals with the issues that can raise the abortion debate. It also enumerates...
- Ireland's Pro-life Civil War. Quinn, David // Human Life Review;Winter/Spring2002, Vol. 28 Issue 1/2, p87
Discusses how the lack of unity existing among pro-life organizations in Ireland had affected the campaign to reverse the decision made by the Supreme Court which allowed a girl to have an abortion on the grounds that she might commit suicide. Belief of the Youth Defence members on the futility...
- APPENDIX A. // Human Life Review;Spring2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p94
Reports on the emergence of fetal-rights movement in the U.S. Legislative proposals governing fetal rights; Argument in defense of abortion-on-demand; Recognition to the rights of the unborn.
- FETAL HOMICIDE: WOMAN OR FETUS AS VICTIM? A SURVEY OF CURRENT STATE APPROACHES AND.... // William & Mary Law Review;May2000, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p1845
Presents approaches and recommendations on the application of a feticide bill on fetal homicide in the United States. Context of the feticide bill considered by the Virginia General Assembly; Account on the `born alive' rule; List of states practicing criminal actions against fetuses; Laws...
- United States: house votes to protect fetuses. // Off Our Backs;May/Jun2002, Vol. 32 Issue 5/6, p6
Reports on the move of the U.S. House of Representatives to vote on a bill aimed at protecting fetuses in Washington. Description of the characteristic of a fetus to be considered a person; Aims on preventing late-term abortions; Provisions of the bill.
- Abortion debate. Delamonte, Tony; Warden, John; Dorozynski, Alexander; Bono, Angiola; Karcher, Helmut L.; Ruiz, Magdalena; Swan, Norman // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/30/89, Vol. 299 Issue 6703, p814
Describes the abortion legislation in various countries. Resolution on major issues concerning both embryo experimentation and abortion in the United Kingdom; Accessibility of abortion in France; Passage of liberal abortion laws in Italy.
- New law claims a fetus can feel pain. // New Scientist;4/24/2010, Vol. 206 Issue 2757, p5
The article discusses a law passed by Nebraska on April 13, 2010, which restricts abortions in the state based on the argument that fetuses can feel pain.