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Unplugged.

Unplugged

William H. Colby

Amacom

1601 Broadway, New York NY 10019

0814408826 $24.95 amacombooks.org

The right-to-die debate is once again tackled; this time by a lawyer who represented Nancy Cruzan in the first right- to-die case heard by the Supreme Court. While Nancy Cruzan's struggles were chronicled in a prior book by Colby, Unplugged: Reclaiming Our Right To Die In America offers a broader perspective on the topic, moving beyond Cruzan's struggle to offer answers to legal, ethical, medical and personal issues involved in the debate. Court records, interviews and the authors' own experiences lend to the discussion of current laws, proposed changes, and their effects on society.
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Title Annotation:Unplugged: Reclaiming Our Right to Die in America
Publication:The Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:Aug 1, 2006
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