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Is the Fetus a Person?: A Comparison of Policies Across the Fifty States

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Without a doubt, the sharpest public debates over the value of fetal life have revolved around the conditions, if any, under which abortion should be legal. Yet the question of whether the fetus is or is not a person is central in two other policy domains: substance abuse by pregnant women and assaults on pregnant women, especially assaults that cause the death of a fetus. ...more
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Published June 22nd 2000 by Cornell University Press (first published January 1st 2000)
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It is really striking how many resources have been devoted to creating laws to control the behavior of pregnant women and how few to addressing third-party violence against them.
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