Rhetorical Analysis Of Abortion By Aspen Baker

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World wide Abortion has been a controversial issue. Whenever the topic of abortion is brought up their are mixed emotions, from all types of people, all over the world. People pro-life think even if abortion was made easy or painless for everyone, it wouldn’t change the bottom line problem, that abortion kills children. Meanwhile people pro-choice think being pro choice is trusting the right decision for herself and her family, and not entrusting that decision to anyone wearing the authority of government in any regard. Who is right though? Or should there even be a such thing as deciding what is right, what is wrong ? In “Abortion”, Aspen Baker argues abortion is a hard decision to make, if a person is going through with it, the support to help a person not feel bad …show more content…

To start off, Aspen Baker uses the rhetorical appeal of pathos. The speaker says " When I found out I was pregnant and I didn't know what to do with the baby, my friend Pauly brought up without any hesitation how she had an abortion, and she said it without a care " to many of the viewers could impact them as feeling sad, the way her friend said it as if abortion wasn't a big deal. It shows the viewer how they’re are people in the world who won’t care, and when a person is going through deciding

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