A merciful end is a masterful historical account of the transformation of the tiny and elitist american eugenics and euthanasia movements of the first half of the 20th century into the much more complex right to die mass movement that closed out the century. In a merciful end dowbiggin shows that at least since the late 19th century active euthanasia or mercy killing has been advocated as an acceptable policy he carefully outlines he . A merciful end the euthanasia movement in modern america by wesley j smith may 2003 judging from its unfortunate title a merciful end the euthanasia movement in modern america would appear to be just another in the dreary collection of recent books extolling assisted suicide as a curative to the tyranny of modern medical paternalism and a necessary adjunct to the right of personal autonomy. A merciful end the euthanasia movement in modern america while it may seem that debates over euthanasia began with jack kervorkian the practice of mercy killing extends back to ancient greece and beyond in america the debate has raged for well over a century
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