Year: 1982 Source: Social Theory and Practice, v.8, no.3, (Fall 1982), p.285-328 SIEC No: 19850030

This comprehensive treatise presents moral, philosophical & legal arguments, both in defense of & in opposition to the right to die. The author presents these arguments in the “slippery slope” context–viz., fear that an approved policy, if enacted, may eventually lead to a policy that is deplored. Results in hesitancy to enact the initial policy changes governing euthanasia & right to die are discussed.(NBB)