Institutionalising Murder


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Jacqueline A. Laing
Oxford University (DPhil)
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At least ten useful little reasons why we should reject efforts to introduce voluntary euthanasia. An alternative version of the case in the New Law Journal against voluntary euthanasia, but this version contains some user-friendly links.
Keywords Euthanasia  Voluntary euthanasia  Vested interests in controlling death
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