What Right to Privacy? The fact which the Constitution doesn't have a particular clause or reference to a right to privacy has become a much contentious cultural, social and political issue in the United States. The capability of the government to enter to the private lives of American citizens has clearly been restricted by provisions in the Fourth Amendment, yet the debate over some privacy based rights like contraception, abortion rights and consensual sexual activity continues today. In specific, when discussing abortion, many immediately start to debate a woman's right to select. At the heart of the issue constitutionally is not whether a woman has the right to make this discussion however whether she has the right to privacy beneath the Fourth Amendment. Utilizing the U.S. Constitution and valid case law, describe the role that the right to privacy has in establishing the legality of abortion.