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Pro choice and Anti abortion

Pro choice and Anti abortion Author James R. Bowers
ISBN-10 0275949648
Release 1994
Pages 132
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A celebrated visionary and iconoclast, Nolan Bushnell founded the groundbreaking gaming company Atari before he went on to found Chuck E. Cheese's and two dozen other companies. He also happened to launch the career of the late Steve Jobs, along with those of many other brilliant creatives over the course of his five decades in business.With refreshing candor, keen psychological insight, and robust humor, Bushnell explains in this audiobook how to think boldly and differently about companies and organizations -- and specifically the people who work within them. For anyone trying to turn a company into the next Atari or Apple, build a more creative workforce, or fashion a career in a changing world, this book will enlighten, challenge, surprise, and amuse.


Abortion Author Marie Costa
ISBN-10 087436602X
Release 1991
Pages 258
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Examines the legal, social, political, and historical aspects of abortion, provides an overview of abortion policy, and lists sources of further information

A Wall of Separation

A Wall of Separation Author Mary C. Segers
ISBN-10 0847683885
Release 1998
Pages 191
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Should the wall of separation between church and state be permeable or inviolable? This question has been hotly contested since the nation's founding and contentious debates persist today. With a collection of the most significant documents and an introduction by Clarke E. Cochran that provides the historical context of the debate, prominent scholars Mary Segers and Ted Jelen debate the impact of organized religion on the democratic process, examine its influence on political discourse, and discuss its significance for the creation of public policy. The authors illuminate the constitutional implications of using religion to cultivate public morality and discuss the complexities of creating a civic-minded citizenry in a pluralistic society.

Defenders of the Unborn

Defenders of the Unborn Author Daniel K. Williams
ISBN-10 9780199391646
Release 2016-01-07
Pages 400
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"Abortion is the most divisive issue in America's culture wars, seemingly creating a clear division between conservative members of the Religious Right and people who align themselves with socially and politically liberal causes. In Defenders of the Unborn, historian Daniel K. Williams complicates the history of abortion debates in the United States by offering a detailed, engagingly written narrative of the pro-life movement's mid-twentieth-century origins. He explains that the movement began long before Roe v. Wade, and traces its fifty-year history to explain how and why abortion politics have continued to polarize the nation up to the present day"--Provided by publisher.

Rethinking Abortion

Rethinking Abortion Author Mark Graber
ISBN-10 1400821975
Release 1999-03-23
Pages 256
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Mark Graber looks at the history of abortion law in action to argue that the only defensible, constitutional approach to the issue is to afford all women equal choice--abortion should remain legal or bans should be strictly enforced. Steering away from metaphysical critiques of privacy, Graber compares the philosophical, constitutional, and democratic merits of the two systems of abortion regulation witnessed in the twentieth century: pre-Roe v. Wade statutory prohibitions on abortion and Roe's ban on significant state interference with the market for safe abortion services. He demonstrates that before Roe, pro-life measures were selectively and erratically administered, thereby subverting our constitutional commitment to equal justice. Claiming that these measures would be similarly administered if reinstated, the author seeks to increase support for keeping abortion legal, even among those who have reservations about its morality. Abortion should remain legal, Graber argues, because statutory bans on abortion have a history of being enforced in ways that intentionally discriminate against poor persons and persons of color. In the years before Roe, the same law enforcement officials who routinely ignored and sometimes assisted those physicians seeking to terminate pregnancies for their private patients too often prevented competent abortionists from offering the same services to the general public. This double standard violated the fundamental human and constitutional right of equal justice under law, a right that remains a major concern of the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

Abortion Politics in American States

Abortion Politics in American States Author
ISBN-10 0765631393
Release 1995
Pages 279
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Bibliographic Index

Bibliographic Index Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015079882380
Release 1994
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After Roe

After Roe Author Mary Ziegler
ISBN-10 9780674286283
Release 2015-06-15
Pages 399
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In the decade after the 1973 Supreme Court decision on abortion, advocates on both sides sought common ground. But as pro-abortion and anti-abortion positions hardened over time into pro-choice and pro-life, the myth was born that Roe v. Wade was a ruling on a woman’s right to choose. Mary Ziegler’s account offers a corrective.

American Book Publishing Record

American Book Publishing Record Author Bowker Staff
ISBN-10 0835240851
Release 1980-11-01
Pages 17426
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Public Administration and Public Policy in Ireland

Public Administration and Public Policy in Ireland Author Maura Adshead
ISBN-10 9781134458899
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 288
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This book provides a comprehensive introduction to public policy and administration in Ireland, thereby bridging the gap between general texts on public policy and policy analysis and books on Irish politics. Each chapter covers one of the key issues in policy analysis, eg. rational choice, corporatism, and then illustrates this with an empirical Irish case study. With the inclusion of further reading, overviews of main concepts and source material, the editors provide a student-friendly textbook which fills an important gap in the available literature on Irish politics and public administration.

Abortion and Dialogue

Abortion and Dialogue Author Ruth Colker
ISBN-10 0253116651
Release 1992-09-22
Pages 179
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"The issues she takes on are crucial -- not solely the subject areas of reproductive rights and law, or public policy lenses and judicial impact in women's and children's lives, but also the more difficult and fundamental questions of how these 'hot topics' can be approached so as to make the most of the good will of all and the force of free discussion for social learning.... she brings a strong, evolving and distinctive perspective to the discussion." -- Emily Fowler Hartigan In Abortion and Dialogue, Ruth Colker argues that the state falsely views the woman and the fetus as having conflicting needs when it intervenes in decisions regarding preganancies. Colker's feminist-theological perspective on reproductive health issues encourages both pro-choice and pro-life advocates to consider how the value of life is implicated in discussions of reproduction. Colker argues that theology can contribute to our understanding if we apply the concepts of love, compassion, and wisdom to problems identified by feminist theory and to actual concrete situations: the impact of abortion regulations on poor female adolescents; the judicial treatment of abortion regulations; state intervention into women's decision-making during pregnancies carried to term. Colker concludes by examining effective and respectful family-planning strategies that truly help women in making reproductive choices.

Sex and Consequences

Sex and Consequences Author Phillip B. Levine
ISBN-10 0691070989
Release 2004
Pages 215
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How do individuals change their behavior when abortion access increases? In this innovative book, economist Phillip Levine uses economic analysis to consider this question, comparing abortion to a form of insurance. Like insurance, he contends, abortion provides protection from downside risk. A pregnant woman who would otherwise give birth to an unwanted child has the option to abort. On the other hand, the availability of this option may increase the likelihood of a pregnancy in the first place. In a very restrictive abortion environment, few women would choose to have an abortion; legalizing abortion would reduce unwanted births. But if abortion becomes readily available, it may cause individuals to increase their sexual activity and/or reduce their use of contraception, Levine contends. Women will become pregnant more frequently, but will abort those pregnancies. Therefore, these abortions will not reduce unwanted births. Levine's analysis suggests that the manner in which individuals change their behavior depends on the extent to which abortion is accessible. He supports these assertions using data from both the United States and Eastern Europe, comparing areas that have restricted access to abortion services with those that have liberalized access. Using sound economic analysis, Sex and Consequences goes beyond the ideological arguments that frequently dominate the abortion debate, lending a new perspective to this controversial subject.

Life and Learning

Life and Learning Author University Faculty for Life. Conference
ISBN-10 UOM:39015081721006
Release 2006
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Recent Acquisitions

Recent Acquisitions Author Ohio State University. College of Law. Library
ISBN-10 OSU:32437123161800
Release 1996
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Slavery Abortion and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning

Slavery  Abortion  and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning Author Justin Buckley Dyer
ISBN-10 9781107031944
Release 2013-06-28
Pages 193
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Justin Buckley Dyer provides the first book-length scholarly treatment of the parallels between slavery and abortion in American constitutional development.

The silent subject

The silent subject Author Brad Stetson
ISBN-10 UVA:X002742191
Release 1996-01-30
Pages 265
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"When, God willing, the abortion controversy is behind us, partisans of the pro-life and pro-choice positions are going to have to live together in this society. That is why, sloganeering and passionate polemics are inevitable, civil conversation is essential. And that is why The Silent Subject is such a gift to all of us at this point in the controversy." From the foreword by Richard John Neuhaus The essays in this work constitute a sensitive, public argument for a reconstruction of the confused--yet dominant--popular attitudes toward nascent human life and its value. Unlike most pro-life arguments, it offers no strictly religious or exclusively sectarian warrants for its assertions - instead bearing a more secular cast, speaking to a generalized and pluralistic audience. As a whole, The Silent Subject embraces no specific, particular political ideology. Its contributors have a broad spectrum of professional interests, political perspectives and social philosophies - all of which indicates the fundamentally humanistic and apolitical nature of concern for the unborn and the degree to which they are esteemed. This unusual book is a refreshingly candid and morally compelling analysis of the social forces that superintend our cultural outlook toward unborn human life.

Women s legal guide

Women s legal guide Author Julie A. Tigges
ISBN-10 UOM:39015037421651
Release 1996-03
Pages 526
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A guide to the American legal system designed for women, examining such topics as marriage and divorce, adoption, sexual discrimination, health care, and retirement planning.