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This essay need a revision, my original work is post in the attached file, please check. Need to Add more 300 words, and here is the comment, need to change my essay based on this comment:

"Killing in war is not usually understood to be murder unless it is the result of a war crime. Good point about the ability to care for children whose parents cannot effectively care for them. It is not clear whether your own views are on the side of pro-life or pro-choice. Even if it is challenging, position papers require you to choose a side and defend it to the best of your ability. Good reference list to support your writing".

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1 How can pro-life and pro-choice groups work together? Pro-life and pro-choice is one of the most divisive topics and has been a source of argument for a long time. Pro-life and pro-choice are opposing sides on the issue of abortion with pro-choice supporting abortion and pro-life being against it. The pro-life group argues that it is unethical and morally wrong to perform an abortion while the pro-choice group argues that it is a woman’s choice on whether she would like to keep the baby or not (LeBaron & Carstarphen, 1997). While both of these groups may seem to be on completely different ends, it is important to evaluate if any common grounds would allow them to work together. One of the common ground that these two sides share is the fact that they cannot argue abortion as unnecessary and undesirable. The pro-choice group has no issue with this statement considering that they do not deem abortion unnecessary. They argue for the fact that it is a woman's decision to choose whether an abortion is necessary or not. For the pro-life group we realize that even though they are against abortion, they cannot argue that it is undesirable and unnecessary. The main reason why such an argument would be void is that in the event that a pregnancy would mean the child not getting resources to take care of them, then the abortion would have been a better choice. The argument about abortion being a murder would beg a counter-argument on the fact that there are other types of murders such as those that happen in war that is considered necessary and desirable (Kelly, 1999). Another common ground that would allow both groups to be able to work together is that both groups agree on the fact that contraceptives do not solve the issue of abortion. While both groups might consider this option to be the best remedy for preventing unwanted pregnancies, they cannot ignore the fact that contraceptives have also been seen to fail at times hence leading to unwanted pregnancies. If both groups were to argue that women must use contraceptives in order to prevent unwanted pregnancies, it would mean that women who got pregnant from failed contraceptives would have no choice but to suffer alone. This is a clear indication that both groups have to consider other methods of trying to prevent unwanted pregnancies that bring about the dilemma of pro-life and pro-choice. This common ground, therefore, indicates that both groups do not prefer the idea of abortion, but in the event that it occurs, both have a different approach to handling the matter (Strickland, 2014). Both of the groups can also be seen to not care about the needs of the children. In the case of pro-life, we realize that supporters of this view do not care if the parents are able to take care of the children or whether they are responsible and in the right framework to bring up a child. All they care about is that the child is allowed to be born without considering the future of that child after its born. Supporters of pro-life therefore do not care whether these children would be glad to be born in the conditions they were born in, or they would have a hard time coping with life. Prochoice supporters also do not care about the need s of the child since they do not consider whether allowing the child to be born would open up opportunities for them to have a good future. With both of these groups realizing where they err by not considering a child's need, they would be able to develop better arguments to support their cause (Strickland, 2014). Both groups are seen to be optimistic in their own way with the pro-life group believing that anti-abortion would give children an opportunity to be born and become important people in the world. Prochoice group believes that it gives mothers opportunities to better their lives and be able to choose to have children at a time when they can take great care of them. Both groups are therefore optimistic and can choose to apply their optimism to work together in developing ways to help both mothers and children (Kelly, 1999). Pro-life groups could consider gathering resources that they could use to support mothers who would want to keep their babies, but due to circumstances, they choose abortion. For the pro-choice group they should consider gathering resources to reach out to women who might want to consider an abortion but have no resources and are forced to have children and live miserable lives. This way both groups can offer women different options where one can choose to have a baby comfortably or comfortably and safely have an abortion. References Kelly, J. R. (1999). Sociology and public theology: A case study of pro-choice/pro-life common ground. Sociology of religion, 60(2), 99-124. LeBaron, M., & Carstarphen, N. (1997). Negotiating intractable conflict: The common ground dialogue process and abortion. Negotiation Journal, 13(4), 341-361. Strickland, R. A. (2014). Abortion: Pro-Choice versus Pro-Life. In Moral Controversies in merican Politics (pp. 45-86). Routledge. PHL 201 Signature Assignment Exemplary (9-10) Accomplished (78) Developing (4-6) Incomplete (1-3) Missing (0) Introduction – (10%). Give a brief description of the topic that is addressed in the position paper, its probative nature, and the position taken by the writer. Introduction fully describes the probative quality of the position paper topic and the position taken by the writer. Introduction describes the probative quality of the position paper topic and the position taken by the author so these are not seriously impeded by omissions. Introduction mostly describes the probative quality of the position paper topic and the position of the author but leaves some ambiguities in place. Introduction leaves most of the elements of probative quality and position of the author ambiguous and undefined. The required elements of the introduction are missing. Issues Analysis – (60%). Completes an issues analysis that offers the best arguments for the position taken by the author. Essay gives appropriate consideration to the opposing position and why it fails. Chosen topic analysis is thorough, incorporating key arguments central to the essay’s concerns. Chosen topic analysis is thorough, offering some key arguments central to the essay’s concerns. Chosen topic analysis incorporates few key arguments central to the essay’s concerns. Chosen topic analysis incorporates minimal key arguments central to the essay’s concerns. Chosen topic analysis is not sufficient in any sense. Conclusion – (10%). Essay summarizes the arguments of the author and wraps his/her case in a way that is The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader with a feeling that they understand what the writer is "getting at." The conclusion is recognizable and ties up almost all the loose ends. The conclusion is recognizable, but does not tie up several loose ends. There is no clear conclusion, the paper just ends. There is no conclusion. Exemplary (9-10) Accomplished (78) Developing (4-6) Incomplete (1-3) Missing (0) Grammar, spelling, and mechanics – (10%). Writer makes no errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes 1-2 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes 3-4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Writer makes more than 4 errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Grammar and spelling errors are so prevalent; it is difficult to understand the content of the paper. References – (10%). Citations within text use APA format, reference page is alphabetized, all sources use correct format, and quotations have page #'s. All of the references correctly use approved (APA, MLA, etc.) citation format. Almost all of the references correctly use approved citation format. The majority of the references correctly use approved citation format. A few of the references correctly use approved citation format. Approved citation reference formatting is not evident. satisfying to the reader/ ...
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How can pro-life and pro-choice groups work together?
Pro-life and pro-choice is one of the most divisive topics and has been a source of
argument for a long time. Pro-life and Pro-choice are opposing sides on the issue of abortion
with pro-choice supporting abortion and pro-life being against it. The pro-life group argues that
it is unethical and morally wrong to perform an abortion while the pro-choice group argues that it
is a woman’s choice on whether she would like to keep the baby or not (LeBron & Caesarean,
1997). While both of these groups may seem to be on completely different ends, it is important
to evaluate if any common grounds would allow them to work together.
The common ground
One of the common grounds that these two sides share is the fact that they cannot argue
abortion as unnecessary and undesirable. The pro-choice group has no issue with this statement
considering that they do not deem abortion unnecessary. They argue for the fact that a woman
decides to choose whether an abortion is necessary or not. For the pro-life group we realize that
even though they are against abortion, they cannot argue that it is undesirable and unnecessary.
Another common ground that would allow both groups to be able to work together is that both
groups agree on the fact that contraceptives do not solve the issue of abortion.
Both of the groups can also be seen to not care about th...

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