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Pro-choice: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice America, National Organization for Women, and the ________ are the leading pro-choice advocacy and lobbying groups in the United States.
American Civil Liberties UnionKentuckyRepublican Party (United States)Democratic Party (United States)

Question 2: On the issue of abortion, pro-choice campaigners are opposed by pro-life campaigners who generally argue in terms of ________ rather than reproductive rights.
Fetal rightsPro-life movementAbortion lawPaternal rights and abortion

Question 3: (In liberal democracies, a right is seen as something the state and civil society must defend, whether ________, victims' rights, children's rights, etc.
Human rightsCultureTortureReproductive rights

Question 4: Myra Marx Ferree et al., Shaping Abortion Discourse: Democracy and the Public Sphere in Germany and the United States ________, 2002.
Oxford University PressEnglandCambridge University PressAuthorized King James Version

Question 5: Irish women who visit the United Kingdom for abortions are one example, as were the Belgian women who travelled to ________ (before Belgium legalized abortion).
CanadaItalyUnited StatesFrance

Question 6: In the United Kingdom, the Abortion Act 1967 legalized abortion, except in ________.
ScotlandNorthern IrelandWalesIrish people

Question 7: The ________ and Reuters encourage journalists to use the terms "abortion rights" and "anti-abortion", which they see as neutral.
New JerseyUnited StatesYahoo!Associated Press

Question 8: Suzanne Staggenborg, The Pro-Choice Movement: Organization and Activism in the Abortion Conflict, ________, 1994.
LondonUnited KingdomJohn Fell (clergyman)Oxford University Press

Question 9: A number of pro-choice international organizations have made altering abortion laws and expanding ________ services in sub-Saharan Africa and the developing world a top priority.
Family planningOptimum Population TrustReproductive healthFood security

Question 10: Pro-choice describes the political and ________ view that a woman should have control over her babies life and the choice to continue or terminate a pregnancy.
UtilitarianismAristotleEthicsConscience
















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