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Table of Contents Foreword 1. Introduction: History of the Euthanasia Debate 2. Point: States Have a Duty to Protect Life in All Forms 3. Counterpoint: End-of-life Decisions Are Personal Matters 4. Point: Without Clear Evidence of Intent, Life Support Should Be Administered 5. Counterpoint: The State Should Not Intervene to Keep People on Life Support 6. Point: State Bans on Physician-assisted Suicide Protect Life 7. Counterpoint: State Bans on Physician-assisted Suicide Prolong Suffering 8. Conclusion: Future of the Euthanasia Debate Notes Resources Elements of the Argument Appendix: Beginning Legal Research Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Right to die -- Juvenile literature.
Euthanasia -- Juvenile literature.
Assisted suicide -- Juvenile literature.
Medical ethics -- Juvenile literature.