Abortion, adoption, and Steve Jobs
Washington Times: For that reason, Jobs was given up for adoption to his parents Paul and Clara Jobs. Eighteen years later saw the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, which paved the way for hundreds of millions of legal abortions to take place in the United States over the following years. In 1955, abortion was nowhere near as prevalent as it is today. It was primarily rejected by society as the termination of an innocent life. Instead, adoptions were preferred. Adoptions ensure that children are given life. Jobs’ adoption was very beneficial, creating and shaping him into the leader that he would later become. What would a world look like in which Steve Jobs had been aborted?