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Q: How many women died from coat hanger abortions before Roe V Wade?

A:Since this topic has come up, I'd like to see how many people think this caused large numbers of deaths. Keep in mind, 40,000,000+ abortions of convenience have...Read More »

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Q: Where in the US was abortion legal before Roe v. Wade?

A:Abortion "before quickening" was legal, and freely advertised, in the American Colonies and United States from the time the original settlers arrived until Conn...Read More »

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Q: Was abortion legal before Roe v. Wade?

A:Abortion was legal in the United States up until the last half of the 19th century, when states began passing laws against it, largely at the behest of newly or...Read More »

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Q: Was abortion controversial in the US before Roe v. Wade?

A:Yes, it was controversial. It was legal in some states and not legal in others. And yes, people did argue about it. They also argued about single women taking b...Read More »

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Q: What were the political trends on abortion prior to Roe v. Wade?

A:This. article. published in a 1979 issue of the Michigan Law Review includes several informative tables about trends in public opinion about abortion before the...Read More »

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abortions before roe v. wade

A look at the years before and after Roe v. Wade, the ruling that legalized abortion 40 years ago Tuesday.
With an administration deeply opposed to abortion, a Congress poised to pass legislation aimed at weakening the principles underlying Roe v. Wade and a .
In 1965, the U.S. Supreme Court case Griswold v.Wade, in late 1973 NARAL became the National Abortion .
The women who had abortions before 1973 are seeing history repeat itself.
Before the Roe decision, most states did not allow legal abortion. Prior to 1973, states determined the legality of abortion. Through the .
There are few physicians today who can relate to the “bad old days” before Roe v .Wade. I can.
The Supreme Court s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade legalized abortion–but the debate was far from over, continuing to be a political battleground to this day.
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