Free to Die

Chevlen, Eric
August 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep99, Issue 95, p18
Profiles United States physician Jack Kevorkian. Conviction for his practice of euthanasia; Postgraduate hospital training; Fascination with death; Suicide as recurrent theme of his speeches and writings; Promotion of legalized euthanasia; Kevorkian's threat of suicide while in prison.


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