13 Legal Reference Services Q. 137 (1994)
The issue of whether or not an individual has the right to choose when he or she will die, is a very controversial one for many reasons. Further complicating the issue is the question of who, if anyone, has the right to decide for those who are unable to choose for themselves. The bibliography which follows includes articles which discuss this topic from a right to privacy perspective, and should prove useful to those researchers who are new to the subject, as well as to those who are already familiar with the many complex issues involved.
Sandra S. Klein,
The Right to Die as an Issue of Privacy: A Selective Bibliography,
13 Legal Reference Services Q. 137 (1994).
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