Date:08.03.2017, 08:47 Religion, on the other hand, is not as clearly defined as medicine and science, because religion introduces the soul into the situation. However, no religious leader would say that a fetus does not have a soul and that because of this a fetus may be capriciously aborted. Planned Parenthood admits this. Now, remember, this is still within the first "trimester." The baby has a small brain. The baby can feel pain. The baby can feel vibrations. The baby has vague vision and hearing. Neither science, nor medicine, nor religion, nor philosophy supports capricious abortions. In fact, there is a narrow band of belief in science, medicine, religion, and philosophy that life is valuable, should be supported, and should not be killed when the killing is reasonably avoided. Abortion was legalized with 1973 court case Roe versus Wade. There has been an argument over the abortion issue for hundreds of years. This is looked at differently regarding science and medicine. However, the baby is a thinking, feeling human being, though admittedly undeveloped. As of now, in the United States, abortion is legal. But do not think this goes on in society today without a fight.
These changes in fact date back to the early 1990s, when GM was on the verge of bankruptcy. After the board replaced the infamous CEO Roger Smith with the short tenure of Robert Stempel, a new leader, Jack Smith, was appointed to lead the company from its now beleaguered stage.