Are Laws Against Assisted Suicide Unconstitutional?
Hastings Center Report. 1993 May-Jun; 23(3): 32-41.
The Supreme Court, reluctant to find constitutional rights in areas marked by divisive social and legal debate, is not likely to constitutionalize a right to assisted suicide. The Court should cleave to the tradition of discouraging suicide and criminalizing its assistance....Voluntary euthanasia would receive
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