You also need to define what "abortion" is forthe reader.
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I think that is what your question asked even though you have received a myriad of information all about the political issues surrounding the term.
Abortion is defined in several ways all of which stop a pregnancy.
The first is the natural form that we commonly call miscarriage: spontaneous abortion.
For example, you might begin the paper with the following: A.
Globally, abortion claims 2 billion lives each year and has costs the world untold value in the loss of scientist, artists, educators, and others who may have contributed to the cause of humanity. Abortion is a questionable practice, but may be a considered reasonable in cases where the life of the mother is threatened or incest is evident. Abortion is senseless when adoption is a much better option for anyone in an unwanted pregnancy.
While your thesis should drive your paper, you do not have to lay out all of your main points in your thesis, and if you do, it might have a tendency to be too didactic.
A well written thesis can set up your intent without obviously stating the main points you are trying to prove.