Dignity or Death Row: Are Death Row Rights to Die Diminished? A Comparison of the Right to Die for the Terminally Ill and the Terminally Sentenced?
Milner, Julie Levinsohn
New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement 1998 Winter; 24(1): 279-337
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