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Letting Go: Death, Dying and the Law
Melvin I. Urofsky (au)
As modern med. propels us towards a mythical Fountain-of-Life existence, the “right to die” debate is one of the most pressing issues of our time. Here, Urofsky draws upon celebrated court cases such as those of Nancy Cruzan, Karen Anne Quinlan, & Baby Jane Doe to analyze the pros & cons of withdrawing life support. Examining such issues as waived stays of execution, “living wills,” & suicide as a rational option, he translates the abstract legalese & the ethical ambiguities of the “right to die” issue into personal terms with which everyone can identify. Also writes about such topics as suicide, capital punishment, & differing religious attitudes toward death.
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