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The Texas case, Roe v. Wade involved a pregnant, single woman, "Roe," who was suing the Dallas County district attorney, Henry Wade, to prevent him from enforcing Texas' abortion prohibition. Since her life was not threatened by her pregnancy, she had no legal basis for aborting in Texas (prohibitive abortion laws had existed in Texas with very little change since 1854, but had always included an exception to save the life of the mother). The Georgia case, Doe v. Bolton, involved a married woman who was also denied an abortion for not meeting the necessary state requirements (Georgia law allowed for abortion if the life or health of the mother was threatened, if the baby was seriously deformed, or if the pregnancy was a result of rape).
We are not talking about RvW. You made a claim that has nothing to do with RvW. YOu claimed that abortion has ALWAYS been legal to save the life of the mother. That is not a claim restricted to the USA, or to the 20th century. Either admit you made it up or support the claim.< Abortion has always been legal to save the life of the mother..