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Disability Rights and End of Life Liberty: Respect for Autonomy and Empowerment of the Individual

If you are  in Pittsburgh on November 8, go to this.  Most of what we see at the intersection of disability rights and end of life liberty suggests they are in tension.  In contrast, Kathryn Tucker’s work shows not only that they are consistent but also that expanding end-of-life liberty respects autonomy and empowers the individual.

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