Abortion laws and their enforcement have fluctuated through various eras.
In many western countries during the 20th century various pro-abortion groups, were successful in having abortion bans repealed.
Many of the methods employed in early and primitive cultures were non-surgical.
Physical activities like strenuous labor, climbing, paddling, weightlifting, or diving were a common technique.
The Articles deliberately established a confederation of sovereign states, carefully specifying the limited functions of the federal government.
This practice led to a unique awareness among our Founding Fathers of the threat to individual liberty and privacy that is created by unchecked government search powers.
Today, the Fourth Amendment has lost its preferred status among our cherished Bill of Rights Protections.
Because of their experience with Great Britain, the 13 states feared a powerful central government.
Consequently, they changed Dickinson's proposed articles drastically before they sent them to all the states for ratification in November 1777.