Dying With Dignity: Understanding Euthanasia

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Carol Publishing Group, 1992 - Philosophy - 215 pages
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Society--answers including why this pioneer group was formed and what its political goals are. Specific questions regarding the pros and cons of different suicide methods are also discussed. The landmark cases of eleven doctors who have been charged with killing a terminally ill patient or family member, and the consequences of these cases--from Harold Balzer, who in 1935 "murdered" his daughter, a victim of cerebral spinal meningitis, to Dr. Jack Kevorkian, who in 1991.

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User Review  - Amanda Papenfus - Goodreads

This was an informative book. The main detractors for me were that part of it are repetitive and he plugs his organization and previous books A LOT. Read full review

Contents

The Great Debate of the 1990s
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Why Euthanasia Lost in Washington State
37
Personal Reactions to Final Exit
49
Copyright

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