Vol. 25 Nbr. 3, March 2010
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- Unborn children as constitutional persons.
- I. The Roe Court's Examination of the Term 'Person' was Deficient.
- II. The Power to Establish Personhood Under the Fourteenth Amendment Resides with the States.
- III. 'Persons' Are the Subject of Legal Rights and Duties.
- IV. The Purpose of Society is to Protect the Rights of Persons.
- V. The Authorities Cited by the Roe Court Affirm the Property Rights of Unborn Persons.
- VI. Supreme Court Jurisprudence Recognized the Due Process Rights of Unborn Persons Prior to Roe.
- VII. The States Provided Due Process Protection of the Lives of Unborn Children.
- VIII. Roe is a Violation of the Fifth Amendment Due Process Rights of Unborn Persons.
- IX. Prior to Roe, Supreme Court Jurisprudence Recognized the Equal Protection Rights of Unborn Persons.
- X. Unborn Children Are Persons Within the Jurisdiction of the States Under the Fourteenth Amendment.
- XI. Unborn Children Are Treated As Persons Eligible for Federal Entitlements.