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Topic - Harry Blackmun
Easily one of the most controversial Supreme Court decisions in U.S. history, it sparked a firestorm of criticism from not only pro-lifers, but also prominent constitutional law scholars sympathetic to legal abortion.
They also note that Justice Blackmun had one more thing to say about fetal "personhood" — that "no case could be cited" that says that a fetus is a person with constitutional rights.