Roe V. Wade: The Abortion Rights Controversy in American History (Landmark Law Cases and American Society) (英語) ハードカバー – 2001/10/1
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An historical analysis of the abortion debate retraces the key events, legal issues, and social consequences of this contentious issue since the landmark 1973 Supreme Court case.
N. E. H. Hull is Distinguished Professor of Law and a member of the graduate faculty in history at Rutgers University-Camden.
Peter Charls Hoffer is Research Professor of History at the University of Georgia. They are authors of twelve books between them.
I would reccomend this book to everyone who is interested in politics. Due to the fact that no matter how someone feels towards a certain topic you may never know what your decision might be. I might one day become a lawyer and reading this book opened my eyes ;to realize that I can not allow my morals and beliefs to get in the way of my profession. I would also reccomend this book to anyone who has strong feelings on whether abortion should be legal or not. Finally I just enjoyed this book because although abortion is a very controversial topic it is also one a very easy book to read and comprehend.