Can Congress Settle the Abortion Issue?
Segers, Mary C.
Hastings Center Report. 1982 Jun; 12(3): 20-28.
Legislative hearings on the Helms Human Life Statute (S.158) and the Hatch Human Life Amendment (S.J.Res.110) revealed the depth of the philosophical differences between pro- and anti-abortionists on fundamental values, and on the relationship between law and morality and between science and politics. These differences could have profound implications for national policy. They could also have an impact on the basic separation of powers between the legislative and judicial branches of the national government and the boundaries between federal and state political activity. (KIE abstract)
Abortion; Beginning of Life; Constitutional Amendments; Cultural Pluralism; Federal Government; Fetuses; Financial Support; Government; Law; Legal Aspects; Legislation; Life; Morality; Personhood; Political Activity; Politics; Public Opinion; Right to Life; Science; State Government; Supreme Court Decisions; Values;
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