Problems of death: opposing viewpoints
David L. Bender
Greenhaven Press, 1981 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
Presents opposing viewpoints on euthanasia, abortion, suicide, and funeral homes through essays by a variety of authors. Includes discussion activities.
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