02--Euthanasia:  English

A plan for voluntary euthanasia, which would permit an adult person of sound mind, whose life is ending with much suffering, to choose between an easy death and a hard one: and to obtain medical aid in implementing that choice.  London:  Euthanasia Society, 1962.  28p.

Baird, Robert M., & Stuart E. Rosenbaum, eds.  Euthanasia:  the moral issues.  Buffalo, NY:  Prometheus Books, 1989.  182p.

Barnard, Christiaan.  Good life good death:  a doctor's case for euthanasia and suicide.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1980.  146p.

Battin, Margaret P., & Arthur G. Lipman, eds.  Drug use in assisted suicide and euthanasia.  New York:  Pharmaceutical Products Press, 1996.  360p.

Bayles, Michael D., & Dallas M. High, eds.  Medical treatment of the dying:  moral issues.  2nd ed.  Cambridge, MA:  Schenkman Pub. Co., 1983.  223p.

Beauchamp, Tom L., & Robert M. Veatch, eds.  Ethical issues in death and dying.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 1996.  458p.

Beauchamp, Tom L., ed.  Intending death:  the ethics of assisted suicide and euthanasia.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 1996.  234p.

Berger, Arthur S., & Joyce Berger, eds.  To die or not to die?:  cross-disciplinary, cultural, and legal perspectives on the right to choose death.  New York:  Praeger, 1990.  194p.

Bernards, Neal, ed.  Euthanasia:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1989.  235p.

Bloyd, Sunni.  Euthanasia.  San Diego, CA:  Lucent Books, 1995.  128p.

Burnell, George M.  Final choices:  to live or to die in an age of medical technology.  New York:  Insight Books, 1993.  374p.

Campbell, Robert, & Diané Collinson.  Ending lives.  Oxford, UK;  New York, NY, USA:  B. Blackwell in association with the Open University, 1988.  203p.

Cantor, Norman L.  Advance directives and the pursuit of death with dignity.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1993.  209p.

Carmi, Amnon, & Rebecca Adams, eds.  Euthanasia.  Berlin;  New York:  Springer-Verlag, 1984.  184p.

Cicco, Januário (1881-1952).  Euthanasia (ensaio de critica medico-social).  Rio de Janeiro:  Irmăos Pongetti, 1937.  253p.

Cox, Ignatius Wiley.  Mercy killing is murder!  New York:  Paulist Press, 1935.  15p.

Cundiff, David E.  Euthanasia is not the answer:  a hospice physician's view.  Totowa, NJ:  Humana Press, 1992.  190p.

Curtin, Leah.  The mask of euthanasia.  Cincinnati:  Nurses Concerned for Life, 1975.  54p.

De Vries, Andre, & Amnon Carmi, eds.  The Dying human.  Ramat Gan, Israel:  Turtledove Pub., 1979.  490p.

Deciding to forego life-sustaining treatment:  a report on the ethical, medical, and legal issues in treatment decisions.  Washington, DC:  President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research:  GPO, 1983.  554p.

Dedek, John F.  Human life:  some moral issues.  New York:  Sheed & Ward, 1972.  180p.

Downing, A. B., & Barbara Smoker, eds.  Voluntary euthanasia:  experts debate the right to die.  London:  P. Owen;  Atlantic Highlands, NJ:  Humanities Press International, 1986.  303p.

Downing, A. B., ed.  Euthanasia and the right to death:  the case for voluntary euthanasia.  London:  Owen, 1969.  New York:  Humanities Press;  Los Angeles:  Nash Pub., 1970.  206p.

Dworkin, R. M.  Life's dominion:  an argument about abortion, euthanasia, and individual freedom.  New York:  Knopf, 1993.  New York:  Vintage Books, 1994.  273p.

Euthanasia:  compassionate death.  N.S.W. Humanist Society.  Beverly Hills, Australia:  The Society, 1973.  7p.

First report on inquiry into options for dying with dignity:  incorporating a discussion paper:  a range of views on options for dying with dignity.  Melbourne:  Parliament of Victoria, Social Development Committee, 1986.  133p.

Gentles, Ian J., ed.  Euthanasia and assisted suicide:  the current debate.  Toronto, Canada:  Stoddart, 1995.  131p.

Gormally, Luke, ed.  Euthanasia, clinical practice, and the law.  London:  Linacre Centre for Health Care Ethics, 1994.  248p.  Reprint of the Centre's Working Party report Euthanasia and clinical practice which was first published in 1982.

Gould, Jonathan, & Lord Craigmyle, eds.  Your death warrant? The implications of euthanasia; a medical, legal and ethical study.  London:  G. Chapman;  New Rochelle, NY:  Arlington House, 1971.  144p.

Greenberg, Samuel I.  Euthanasia and assisted suicide:  psychosocial issues.  Foreword by Ralph Slovenko.  Springfield, IL:  Charles C. Thomas, 1997.  164p.

Grisez, Germain Gabriel, & Joseph M. Boyle.  Life and death with liberty and justice:  a contribution to the euthanasia debate.  Notre Dame, Ind.:  University of Notre Dame Press, 1979.  521p.

Grollman, Earl A.  Suicide:  prevention, intervention, postvention.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1988.  151p.

Heenan, John Carmel, Cardinal, et al. The Hour of our death:  a record of the conference on the care of the dying held in London, 1973.  Edited by Sylvia Lack, Richard Lamerton.  Illustrations by Harold Bisby.  London:  G. Chapman, 1974.  60p.

Hendin, Herbert.  Seduced by death:  doctors, patients, and assisted suicide.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1998.  304p.

Hendin, Herbert.  Seduced by death:  doctors, patients, and the Dutch cure.  New York:  W. W. Norton & Co., 1997.  256p.

Hilton, Bruce.  First, do no harm:  wrestling with the new medicine's life & death dilemmas.  Nashville:  Abingdon Press, 1991.  160p.

Horan, Dennis J., & David Mall, eds.  Death, dying, and euthanasia.  Washington:  University Publications of America, 1977.  821p.

Horan, Dennis J., & Edward R. Grant, eds.  Prolonging life and withdrawing treatment:  legal issues.  Chicago, IL:  Americans United for Life, 1983.  18p.

Humphry, Derek, & Ann Wickett.  Jean's way. New York:  Quartet Books, 1978.  New York:  Perennial Library, 1986.  152p.

Humphry, Derek, & Ann Wickett.  The right to die:  understanding euthanasia.  London;  New York:  Harper & Row, 1986.  372p.

Humphry, Derek.  Dying with dignity:  understanding euthanasia.  Secaucus, NJ:  Carol Pub. Group, 1992.  215p.

Humphry, Derek.  Final exit:  the practicalities of self-deliverance and assisted suicide for the dying.  2nd ed.  New York:  Dell Trade Paperback, 1996.  206p.

Humphry, Derek.  Lawful exit:  the limits of freedom for help in dying.  Junction City, OR:  Norris Lane Press, 1993.  166p.

Judson, Lyman Spicer V.  Happy 60th birthday:  a sociological-psychological approach to life and death.  Oshkosh, WI:  Apex University Press, 1982.  286p.

Jussim, Daniel.  Euthanasia:  the "Right to die" issue.  Hillside, NJ:  Enslow Publishers, 1993.  112p.

Kahn, Ellison, ed.  The Sanctity of human life.  Johannesburg:  University of the Witwatersrand, 1984.  41p.

Kantor, Jay E.  Medical ethics for physicians-in-training.  New York:  Plenum Medical Books Co., 1989.  226p.

Kevorkian, Jack.  Prescription--medicide:  the goodness of planned death.  Buffalo, N.Y.:  Prometheus Books, 1991.  268p.

Kilner, John Frederic.  Life on the line:  ethics, aging, ending patients' lives, and allocating vital resources.  Grand Rapids, MI:  W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1992.  349p.

Kluge, Eike-Henner W.  The ethics of deliberate death.  Port Washington, NY:  Kennikat Press, 1981.  154p.

Kluge, Eike-Henner W.  The practice of death.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1975.  250p.  Medical ethics, abortion & euthanasia.

Kohl, Marvin.  The morality of killing; sanctity of life, abortion, and euthanasia.  London:  Peter Owen, 1974.  New York:  Humanities Press, 1974.  112p.

Koop, C. Everett, & Timothy Johnson.  Let's talk:  an honest conversation on critical issues:  abortion, euthanasia, AIDS, health care.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan, 1992.  138p.

Koop, C. Everett.  The right to live, the right to die.  Wheaton, IL:  Tyndale House Publishers, 1976.  124p.

Kuhse, Helga.  The sanctity-of-life doctrine in medicine:  a critique.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press;  Oxford;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1987.  235p.

Ladd, John, ed.  Ethical issues relating to life and death.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1979.  214p.

Lamb, David.  Therapy abatement, autonomy and futility:  ethical decisions at edge of life.  Brookfield, VT:  Avebury, Ashgate Pub., 1995.  146p.

Lanham, David J.  Taming death by law.  Melbourne, Australia:  Longman Professional, 1993.  235p.

Maguire, Daniel C.  Death by choice.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday, 1974.  224p.

Manderson, Desmond, ed.  Courting death:  the legal constitution of mortality.  London;  Sterling, VA:  Pluto Press, 1999. 

Mannes, Marya.  Last rights.  New York:  Morrow, 1973.  150p.

Marker, Rita.  Deadly compassion:  the death of Ann Humphry and the truth about euthanasia.  New York:  William Morrow, 1993.  310p.

Maxwell, Jane.  Getting away with murder:  a true story of love and death.  New York:  Vantage Press, 1994.  245p.

McEllhenney, John Galen.  Cutting the monkey-rope.  Valley Forge, PA:  Judson Press, 1973.  126p.  Abortion & euthanasia.

McHugh, James T., ed.  Death, dying, and the law.  Huntington, Ind.:  Our Sunday Visitor, 1976.  88p.  Catholic Christian perspective.

McLean, Sheila A.M., ed.  Death, dying, and the law.  Aldershot;  Brookfield, USA:  Dartmouth, 1996.  185p.

Mees, L. F. C.  The dressed angel:  in search of the little prince.  London;  New York:  Regency Press, 1975.  81p.  Abortion & euthanasia.

Meyers, David W.  The human body and the law.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford University Press, 1990.  367p.  Transplants, the law & euthanasia.  Originally published: Edinburgh:  Edinburgh University Press, 1970.

Meyers, David W.  The human body and the law:  a medico-legal study.  Edinburgh:  U.P. 1970.  203p.

Moral, ethical, and legal questions of extraordinary health care, 1975:  hearing before the Subcommittee on Health of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session ... November 6, 1975.  Washington:  GPO, 1976.  51p.

Morgan, John, ed.  An easeful death?:  perspectives on death, dying and euthanasia.  Sydney:  Federation Press, 1996.  218p.

Munk, William (1816-1898).  Euthanasia:  or, Medical treatment in aid of an easy death.  New York:  Arno Press, 1977.  105p.

On dying well:  an Anglican contribution to the debate on euthanasia.  Church of England Board for Social Responsibility.  London:  Church Information Office, 1975.  67p.

Onimhawo, John Afiagbokai.  Euthanasia and African culture.  Ibadan, Oyo Stae:  Stirling-Horden Publishers (Nig.), 1998.  68p.

Oosthuizen, Gerhardus Cornelis, Hillel Abbe Shapiro & Sybrand Albertus Strauss, eds.  Euthanasia.  Cape Town;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1978.  241p.

Ostheimer, Nancy C., & John M. Ostheimer, eds.  Life or death--who controls?  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1976.  308p.

Otlowski, Margaret.  Voluntary euthanasia and the common law.  Oxford;  New York:  Clarendon Press, 1997.  564p.

Parsons, Ian, & Christopher Newell.  Managing mortality:  euthanasia on trial.  Geelong West, Vic.:  Villamanta Pub. Service, 1996.  189p.

Proceedings of the Euthanasia Symposium, October 22, 1976, Denver, Colorado.  Englewood, CO:  American Humane Association, 1977.  65p.

Rachels, James.  The end of life:  euthanasia and morality.  Oxford;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1986.  204p.

Report upon the inquiry into options for dying with dignity:  second and final report.  Parliament of Victoria, Social Development Committee.  Melbourne:  The Committee, 1987.  323p.

Roberts, Carolyn S., & Martha Gorman.  Euthanasia:  a reference handbook.  Santa Barbara, CA:  ABC-CLIO, 1996.  348p.

Robison, Wade L., & Michael S. Pritchard, eds.  Medical responsibility:  paternalism, informed consent, and euthanasia.  Clifton, NJ:  Humana Press, 1979.  224p.

Roe, Richard L.  Right to die issues.  Prepared by Richard L. Roe.  Madison, WI:  State of Wisconsin, Legislative Reference Bureau, 1995.  22p.

Rosenberg, Jay F.  Thinking clearly about death.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1983.  235p.  2nd ed.  Indianapolis/Cambridge:  Hackett Pub. Co., 1998.  337p.

Rosenberg, Lotte.  Is the sanctity of life absolute?  London, Essex:  Suffolk Quarterly Meeting of the Society of Friends, 1966.  12p.

Rothman, Juliet Cassuto.  Saying goodbye to Daniel:  when death is the best choice.  New York:  Continuum, 1995.  180p.

Russell, Olive Ruth.  Freedom to die:  moral and legal aspects of euthanasia.  New York:  Human Sciences Press, 1975.  352p.  1977, 413p.  Supplement to the first edition: development from early 1974 to late 1976.

Russell, Olive Ruth.  Freedom to die; moral and legal aspects of euthanasia.  New York:  Human Sciences Press, 1975.  352p.

Saqueton, Antonio R.  In defense of life.  Stockton, C:  ARS Pub. Co., 1982.  232p.  Euthanasia.

Scally, John.  Whose death is it anyway?:  euthanasia and the right to die.  Dublin:  Basement Press, 1995.  144p.

Schaeffer, Francis A., et al.  Plan for action:  an action alternative handbook for Whatever happened to the human race?  Old Tappan, NJ:  F. H. Revell Co., 1980.  95p.

Searle, John Derek.  Kill or care?  Exeter:  Paternoster Press, 1977.  35p.  Euthanasia & Christian ethics.

Skegg, P. D. G.  Law, ethics, and medicine:  studies in medical law.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press;  Oxford;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1984.  268p.

Skoglund, Elizabeth.  Life on the line:  critical choices you must face.  Minneapolis, MN:  World Wide Publications, 1989.  213p.

Smith, George Patrick.  Final choices:  autonomy in health care decisions.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1989.  198p.

Smith, Russell E., ed.  Conserving human life.  Braintree, MA:  Pope John XXIII Medical-Moral Research and Education Center, 1989.  342p.

Smith, Wesley J.  Forced exit:  the slippery slope from assisted suicide to legalized murder.  New York:  Times Books, 1997.  291p.

St. John-Stevas, Norman.  The right to life.  London:  Hodder and Stoughton, 1963.  128p.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1964.  117p.

Steinbock, Bonnie, & Alastair Norcross, eds.  Killing and letting die.  New York:  Fordham University Press, 1994.  431p.

Steinbock, Bonnie, ed.  Killing and letting die.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1980.  239p.

Sullivan, Joseph Vincent.  Catholic teaching on the morality of euthanasia.  Washington:  Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1949.  85p.  Doctoral thesis, Catholic Univ. of America.

Sullivan, Joseph Vincent.  The mortality of mercy killing.  Westminster, MD:  Newman Press, 1950.  84p.

Suzuki, Chiaki.  Heimin.  [n.p.] 1978.  261p.  Medical complications & euthanasia.

Swinyard, Chester A., ed.  Decision making and the defective newborn:  proceedings of a conference on spina bifida and ethics .  Foreword by Robert E. Cooke.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1978.  649p. 

Talone, Patricia A.  Feeding the dying:  religion and end-of-life decisions.  New York:  Peter Lang, 1996.  214p.

Thomasma, David C., & Glenn C. Graber, eds.  Euthanasia:  toward an ethical social policy.  New York:  Continuum, 1990.  302p.

Torr, James D.  Euthanasia.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1999.  143p.

Torr, James E., ed.  Euthanasia:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego:  Greenhaven Press, 2000. 

Toulat, Jean.  Faut-il tuer par amour?:  L'euthanasie en question.  Paris:  Pygmalion, 1976.  248p.

Trowell, Hubert Carey.  The unfinished debate on euthanasia.  London, S.C.M. Press, 1973.  186p.

Trowell, Hubert Carey.  The unfinished debate on euthanasia.  London:  S.C.M. Press, 1973.  186p.  Voluntary Euthanasia Society.

Trubo, Richard.  An act of mercy:  euthanasia today.  Los Angeles:  Nash Pub., 1973.  172p.

Uhlmann, Michael M., ed.  Last rights?:  assisted suicide and euthanasia debated.  Washington, D.C.:  Ethics and Public Policy Center;  Grand Rapids, Mich.:  William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1998.  677p.

Urofsky, Melvin I.  Lethal judgments:  assisted suicide and American law.  Lawrence, KS:  University Press of Kansas, 2000. 

Urofsky, Melvin I.  Letting go:  death, dying, and the law.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press, 1994.  204p.

Vere, Duncan Wright.  Should Christians support voluntary euthanasia?  London:  Christian Medical Fellowship, 1971.  7p.

Vere, Duncan Wright.  Voluntary euthanasia: is there an alternative?  London:  Christian Medical Fellowship, 1971.  61p.

Vere, Duncan Wright.  Voluntary euthanasia: is there an alternative?  London:  Christian Medical Fellowship, 1971.  61p.

Wallace, Samuel E., & Albin Eser, eds.  Suicide and euthanasia:  the rights of personhood.  Knoxville:  University of Tennessee Press, 1981.  150p.

Walton, Douglas N.  Ethics of withdrawal of life-support systems:  case studies on decision making in intensive care.  New York:  Praeger, 1987. 

Weir, Robert F., ed.  Ethical issues in death and dying.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1977.  405p.  1986, 388p.

Weizsäcker, Viktor, Freiherr von.  "Euthanasie" und menschenversuche.  Heidelberg:  L. Schneider, 1947.  39p.

Wekesser, Carol, ed.  Euthanasia:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1995.  214p.

Wekesser, Carol, ed.  Euthanasia:  opposing viewpoints. 1995

Wettstein, Ronald Harri.  Leben- und Sterbenkönnen:  Gedanken zur Sterbebegleitung und zur Selbstbestimmung der Person.  Bern;  New York:  P. Lang, 1995.  872p.  Abstracts of each chapter in English.  Suffering, euthanasia, right to die & Christianity.

Williams, Glanville Llewelyn.  The sanctity of life and the criminal law.  Foreword by William Warren.  New York, Knopf, 1957.  350p.

Wilson, Jerry B.  Death by decision:  the medical, moral, and legal dilemmas of euthanasia.  Philadelphia:  Westminster Press, 1975.  208p.

Winter, Arthur, ed.  Life and death decisions.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1980.  71p.

Woods, John Hayden.  Engineered death:  abortion, suicide, euthanasia, and senecide.  Ottawa:  University of Ottawa Press, 1978.  167p.

Wright, H. T.  The Matthew tree.  New York:  Pantheon Books, 1975.  115p.