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Title: A Comparative Analysis of Roger B. Taney and Wiiliam Rehnquist

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Subject: American History
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Date: February 24, 2003
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Rehnquist delivered an opinion on one of the most controversial cases in the history of the United States. This case was none other than Roe v. Wade. In this case the Court ruled that a woman had the right to an abortion without interference from the government if done in the first trimester, contending that it was her right to privacy...

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Wade. In this case the Court ruled that a woman had the right to an abortion without interference from the government if done in the first trimester, contending that it was her right to privacy. Rehnquist delivered a dissenting opinion saying that although it was her right to privacy it was going against Texas statutes...

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