|Item type||Library||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Status||Date Due|
|Book, 21 Days||Main Library||Controversial Topics Display||BOOK - Print books.||R 726 .R497 2010 (Browse Shelf)||Checked out||11/12/2014|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Euthanasia is a rejection of God's gift of life / Mathew Piercy -- A compassionate God would not deny euthanasia / Hans Küng -- People have the right to die with dignity / Simon Jenkins -- Right-to-die laws would damage society / Margaret Somerville -- Oregon's right-to-die law has been successful / Ron Wyden -- Oregon's Death with Dignity Act is being abused / Kenneth Stevens -- There is no evidence of a slippery slope with right-to-die laws / Michael Smith -- Right-to-die laws do present a slippery slope / Rita Marker -- Physician-assisted suicide has no place in palliative care / José Pereira ... [et al.] -- The right to die may be an important part of end-of-life care / Timothy Quill -- Assisted suicide is a valid medical decision / Alois Geiger -- Physician-assisted suicide can turn into a profit machine / Allen Hall -- End-of-life decisions are personal and should be respected / John Humphrys -- A slow death is better than the burden of assisted suicide / Susan Wolf.
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