Posted By Jennie Chancey on April 28, 2012
It’s widely held that when dealing with abortion, rape and incest are special cases. Most people will say abortion is the closest thing to a solution in such cases. Even those who disagree — who point out that an innocent child shouldn’t perish for the sins of his father — often share the popular assumption that abortion would be something of a relief to the woman who’s been victimized. In short, the notion is that the interests of the woman and her child are in conflict: What’s good for one is bad for the other.
But is that true? Some Harvard students thought otherwise, and they decided to put forth their dissenting view in a very public way.
Read the full piece HERE. (Not for young readers.)