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by Sylvia Engdahl

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ISBN:
0737741325
Author:
Sylvia Engdahl
Category:
Death & Grief
Language:
English
Publisher:
Greenhaven (September 5, 2008)
Pages:
229 pages
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Current Controversies Series. 16 primary works, 16 total works.

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Sylvia Louise Engdahl (born November 24, 1933) is an American writer, known best for science fiction. Engdahl was born in Los Angeles, California.

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Seven states and the District of Columbia now have legalized assisted suicide on the books. That this is only the beginning can be seen in the plethora of new state legislatures crafting laws that. Seven states and the District of Columbia now have legalized assisted suicide on the books. That this is only the beginning can be seen in the plethora of new state legislatures crafting laws that would allow the practice to be more widespread. When I first wrote about ethical issues in terminal health care more than 25 years ago, one of the strongest arguments against legalizing it was the slippery slope argument.

Current laws against assisted suicide deny people the right to end their lives when they see fit, resulting in bi- zarre legal actions and needless suffering. Most of the slippery-slope arguments against assisted suicide are spe- cious, and laws against the practice should be reconsid- ered. Chapter 4: Does Assisted Suicide Work Well Where It Is Legal?

Assisted suicide in the United States. Assisted suicide is defined as suicide committed with the aid of another person, sometimes a doctor.

Assisted suicide in the United States. Assisted suicide" has been used to describe what proponents refer to as medical aid in dying in the United States for terminally ill adults who self-administer barbiturates if they feel that they are suffering significantly.

Covering today's most current national and international issues, this series introduces the reader to all sides of contemporary controversies in an objective and comprehensive way by providing a wide spectrum of primary sources written by many of the foremost authorities in their respective fields.