COMMENTARY: Ambivalent feelings about the right to die

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c. 1996 Religion News Service (Robert F. Drinan is a Jesuit priest, former member of Congress and professor of law at Georgetown University.) (RNS)-Whatever the verdict may be in Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s trial on charges of violating Michigan’s ban on assisted suicide, his conviction or acquittal will not resolve the ambivalence most Americans have about […]

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