Right-to-die issues are no longer confined to the back corridors of hospitals or the front pages of newspapers that trumpet news of Dr. Kevorkian's latest assisted suicide. A perverse combination of high-tech medicine, consumerism, demographic trends, and economic realities is forcing increasing numbers of Americans and their families to deal with
This discounted ebundle includes: Green, Endurance, Kalimpura "Lake has configured his world-dominating empires, one British, the other Chinese, with huge and devoted attention to the last detail." --John Clute, Washington Post Book World She was sold to the Undying Duke when she was only four years old, and raised to be the jewel of his possessions: courtesan, scholar, assassin. But Green had other plans, and with the aid of a Goddess and her own skill with weapons she took control of her destiny. Green’s world encompasses cities and dusty equatorial villages, steam-powered ships and firearms, and the ever-present meddling of the gods and their parents, the titanics. Green’s service is claimed by the Lily Goddess of Kalimpura, the Black God of Copper Downs, her own personal god Endurance, and the titanic known as Desire; she wants only to be left alone to find her past and make her future. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Doctor-assisted suicide is legal in Oregon, Washington, Colorado, California, Washington D.C., and Vermont. As of January 2016, 991 patients have died by taking legally-backed drugs under supervision in Oregon according to CNN. This timely edition examines issues surrounding the right to die. The book takes a critical look at topics such as euthanasia, assisted suicide, the refusal of medical treatment, and life-sustaining treatment.
This book examines the meaning and significance of finality in capital cases, deploying various theories and perspectives to open up the meaning and significance of the death penalty's finality to scholarly inquiry.