Who's Right (Whose Right?): Seeking Answers and Dignity in the Debate over the Right to Die / Edition 1

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Truly the first book of its kind to take a completely objective look at the issues that surround one's right to make a choice in end of life decisions. Edited by 13-year ALS survivor, Robert Horn, the book offers intimate interviews with 11 individuals who have faced terminal situtations and have made specific decisions on how they are facing the end of their lives. In and around each interview are commentaries by 31 experts from various fields (law, medicine, psychology, nursing, hospice, religion) who provide opinions on both sides of the issues. Among the experts appearing in the book are: Derek Humphry (best selling author of Final Exit), C. Everett Koop, M.D. (former US Surgeon General), Edward Rivet (Right to Life of Michigan), Elaine Buzzinotti, RN, JD, Faye Girsh (Hemlock Society), Rita Marker (International Anti-Euthanasia Task Force) and Dr. Bill Bright (Campus Crusade for Christ). As best selling author, Rabbi Harold Kushner wrote: "This is a remarkable book. It plumbs the depths of the human mind and soul, pairing moving personal stories with a broad spectrum of thoughts on end-of-life issues."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780970844422
  • Publisher: D C Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2010
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 438
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Bob Horn is a 13-year survivor of ALS, a former Fulbright Scholar, professor at Cal-State Northridge,authority on conflict resolution, husband, and father has been completely paralyzed, unable to speak, eat, drink, or move in any way for nearly a decade. Unable to move any portion of his body yet unwilling to give into his illness, Bob authored his first book (How Will They Know If I'm Dead?) in the mid-1990's. This new book took threeyears to produce and Bob, along with his co-editor Gretchen Keeler was intimately involved in every aspect of its production and editing. It representsBob's personal interest in providing the best objective information for others, like himself, who mustface end of life decisions and the families and friends who are also involved. No slacker, Bob manages a fantasy baseball team, has written editorials for the LA Times, and is a consummate analyst of contemporary culture. He resides with his wife Judy in Winnetka, CA.

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