In recent years euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide have been partially legalized in the Netherlands and in the state of Oregon and have been debated before the U.S. Supreme Court. Political cartoonists -- including Pulitzer Prize winners Tom Toles, Tony Auth, and Michael Ramirez -- express their own views for or against euthanasia in this thought-provoking anthology.
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