Bourgeois Abortion

Vree, Dale
October 1978
National Review;10/27/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 43, p1351
The article explores the cultural and economic issues concerning abortion in the United States. There are efforts being made in the U.S. to legalize abortion in spite of its opposition by the Roman Catholics living in the country. It is further cited that acceptance to abortion increases as the per capita income rises. There are also different views of social and economic classes about abortion. There are career oriented people who approve abortion while those who are family oriented are against the same.


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