Would a dramatic decrease in the birth rate be enough to overturn Roe v. Wade?
- Gerry SLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
No, because birth rates are not a part of the ruling.
- Edward the LessLv 79 years ago
Rowe v Wade has been the "law of the land" for 39 years. An entire generation of Americans has been "terminated" without voice or vote.
The likelihood of it being overturned on on a dramatic decrease in birth rates, I would say, is highly unlikely.
- Anonymous9 years ago
I trust that some conservatives are generally concerned about abortion and think it is morally wrong, but most are just nosy a-h0les. I do not think a decrease in the birth rate would be enough to overturn it.
- interested1208Lv 79 years ago
Why would it???
Roe vs. Wade has nothing to do with controlling birth rates...