Saturday, July 10, 2010

Talk:Abortion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia claims "The frequency of abortions is, however, similar whether or not access is restricted.[4]"

I added to the Talk section about the page:

Talk:Abortion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "'After 1973, legalization of abortion led to an approximately tenfold increase in the total number of abortions, though there is some dispute over the prelegalization statistics.[62]'. from Wikipedia article Abortion_in_the_United_States#Effects_of_legalization It is also a fact that the supply of children available for adoption basically disappeared after abortion was legalized, leading to adoption from other countries (sorry no cite but is easy to confirm).
There may be third world countries were corruption is widespread where abortion laws (and many other laws) are ineffective. They should not be confused with countries with effective law enforcement where legalization makes a vast difference in availability and safety. (talk) 06:52, 11 July 2010 (UTC)

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