AARP Bulletin Feb. 1997, Vol. 38, No. 2, Washington, D.C.
Is euthanasia1 the right way to die? Everyone's life comes to an end in due time. We cannot change our destiny2. We may be confused at this time in life. There are many opposing viewpoints of the right-to-die debate from different people, religions, cultures, race, moral ethics, health care ethics and legal factors that are considered at this time in life. Another big concern is the manner in which they will die and who has the right to make this decision.
- The History, and the Motives for and Against Interracial Relationships, as Well as the Issues of Rearing Biracial Children
- The Inevitable Holy War
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