America’s Hesitation of the Acceptance of Euthanasia.docx

2012-12-09T19:38:55Z (GMT) by Jordan Dixon
<p>Euthanasia is rapidly growing into a polarized debate in America that is argued with both a moral and constitutional basis. Though there are situations in which euthanasia presents itself as the most moral option in consideration of terminal illness and pain, the United States and its people are not ready to accept the implications of the legalization of physician-assisted suicide. This research paper explores this sense of closed-mindedness, the pros and cons of euthanasia, and the implications of legalizing in America.</p>
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