March 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1993, Issue 31, p57
Presents a commentary concerning the existence of assisted suicide in the U.S. Background of retired pathologist Jack Kevorkian, person responsible for assisting the suicide of several people in the country; Information on another idealistic proposal of Kevorkian; Reason for the preference of most women to seek the assistance of doctors in committing suicide.


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