The right to die: understanding euthanasia

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Harper & Row, 1986 - Medical - 372 pages
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Authors Humphrey and Wickett, members of the Hemlock Society, discuss euthanasia from an historical perspective and as a practice in modern society. Focusing primarily on the problems created by ... Read full review

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Euthanasias Nazi Albatross
20
The 1960s
63
Significant Developments Late 1970s to 1985
107
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