Opposing "The Propaganda of the Deed": Eugenic Death-making & the Disabled

Mostert, Mark
September 2009
Human Life Review;Fall2009, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p73
The article discusses the notion of death-making and the enforcement of eugenic euthanasia in the U.S. It explores the impact of death-making on people with disabilities. It also accounts the influence of eugenic euthanasia towards the foundation of the propaganda of the deed. Furthermore, the author posts strategic directions to halt the pro-death tide in the country.


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