Essay on a controversial subject where the author makes an argument you do not agree with.
Write a rebuttal to the article using valid arguments and supporting data.
In the rebuttal, offer an analysis in which you do the following:
• Analyze the reliability, credibility, and validity of the data used by the author.
• Identify any logical fallacies in the argument.
Format your rebuttal consistent with APA guidelines.
Finer, L. B., & Zolna, M. R. (2014). Shifts in intended and unintended pregnancies in the United States, 2001–2008. American journal of public health, 104(S1), S43-S48.
Sharrin, A. M. (1989). Potential fathers and abortion: A woman's womb is not a man's castle. Brook. L. Rev., 55, 1359.
Weitz, T. A., Taylor, D., Desai, S., Upadhyay, U. D., Waldman, J., Battistelli, M. F., & Drey, E. A. (2013). Safety of aspiration abortion performed by nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, and physician assistants under a California legal waiver. American journal of public health, 103(3), 454-461. Chicago.
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In 1973 the Supreme Court legalized abortion in the United States. In her article “Potential
In 1973 the Supreme Court legalized abortion in the United States. In her article “Potential Fathers and Abortion: A Woman's Womb Is Not a Man's Castle,” Andrea Sharrin argues a woman has an untrammeled Constitutional right to procure an abortion in the first trimester, and no state, “by itself or vis-a-vis the spouse, has a legal right to interfere” (1989, p. 1359). In this debate, a rebuttal is presented to challenge Sharrin’s view. Fathers do have the right to interfere in the decision to abort an unborn child in the first trimester of pregnancy....