Politics, death, and nature

Dworkin, Ronald
June 1996
Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine;Summer96, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p201
Academic Journal
Argues that a set of deep philosophical issues lies at the heart of contemporary medical controversies in the United States, which include abortion, health care, euthanasia and genetic engineering. Political results of the health care debate; Supreme Court decisions in abortion cases; Steps to legalize euthanasia; Questions raised by genetic engineering.


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