208 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Is Native American culture Threatened?
  • Is Indian gaming beneficial to Native Americans?
  • How should tribal resources be used?
  • Should Indian sovereignty be restricted?
Green Library
167 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Should gays be permitted to serve openly in the US military
  • Will repeal if "Don't ask don't tell" harm the US military?
  • Do members of the military support ending "Don't ask don't tell"
  • What will be the impact of gays serving openly in the US military?
This volume present varying viewpoints on whether or not homosexuals should be allowed to openly serve in the military.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
196 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library

4. Human genetics [2010]

204 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

5. Assisted suicide [2009]

229 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Should assisted suicide be legalized? Overview : assisted suicide should be a legal right / Carl Wellman
  • Medically hastened deaths already occur and should be legal / Richard Ikeda
  • Individuals have a legal right to choose death / Thomas A. Bowden
  • Assisted suicide is a pressing social need and should be legalized / Uwe-Christian Arnold, interviewed by Julie Gregson
  • Legalizing assisted suicide would put people without health insurance at risk / Robert P. Jones, interviewed by David Masci
  • Legalizing assisted suicide would devalue the lives of the disabled and severely ill / Teresa Favuzzi
  • Legalizing assisted suicide would undermine patients' trust in physicians / American Geriatrics Society
  • Legalized assisted suicide reflects a biased view of the disabled / Samuel R. Bagenstos
  • Is assisted suicide moral? Religious objections to assisted suicide contradict the premise of free will / Alvaro Vargas Llosa
  • Religious and spiritual principles lead to support of assisted suicide / Kenneth W. Phifer
  • Just reorganization of world health-care resources could lead to a duty to die / Margaret Pabst Battin
  • Assisted suicide violates Christian beliefs about human life / Albert Mohler
  • Wish to die is based on social as well as medical issues / Adrienne Asch
  • Legalized physician-assisted suicide empowers doctors, not patients / Sheldon Richman
  • Would assisted suicide be a slippery slope? Assisted suicide will not remain restricted to the terminally ill / Wesley J. Smith
  • Legalized assisted suicide may lead to legalized euthanasia / Susan W. Enouen
  • Use of euphemisms attempts to ease acceptance of assisted suicide / Rita L. Marker and Wesley J. Smith
  • Research that found no slippery slope effect was invalid / Meg Jalsevac
  • Legalized assisted suicide does not lead to increased suicide among the disadvantaged / University of Utah
  • Legalizing assisted suicide prevents harm to the vulnerable / Peter Singer
  • Does assisted suicide work well where it is practiced? Overview : legalized assisted suicide in Oregon / Colin Fogarty
  • Legalized physician-assisted suicide results in peaceful death / Don Colburn
  • People consider assisted suicide for both physical and psychological reasons / Dean Blevins, Thomas A. Preston, and James L Werth, Jr.
  • Europeans increasingly support assisted suicide / Donna Casey
  • Official data on assisted suicide in Oregon are unreliable / Rita L. Marker
  • Doctors are negatively affected by assisting in suicide / Kenneth R. Stevens, Jr.
  • Volunteers are assisting in suicides where it is not legal / Paul Rubin
  • Assisted suicides in public places spur protests in Switzerland / DPA News
  • Organizations to contact.
Discusses the legal and ethical issues involving assisted suicide, including if it should be legalized, if it conflicts with people's moral convictions, and if legalization would lead to more deaths.
Law Library (Crown)

6. Homosexuality [2008]

238 p. : 24 cm.
Green Library

7. Capital punishment [2000]

160 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library

8. Capital punishment [2000]

160 p. ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)

9. Free speech [2000]

206 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library

10. Free speech [2000]

206 p. ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)

11. Medical ethics [2000]

176 p. ; 25 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

12. Prisons [2000]

176 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library

13. Prisons [2000]

176 p. ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
208 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Is there an environmental crisis?
  • Should biodiversity be preserved?
  • How can pollution be reduced?
  • Can free-market approaches protect the environment?
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

15. Guns and violence [1999]

219 p. ; 25 cm.
  • How serious is the problem of gun violence?
  • Does gun control reduce crime?
  • Is gun control constitutional?
  • Is gun ownership an effective means of self-defense?
  • What measures would reduce gun violence?
Green Library

16. Police brutality [1999]

170 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Is police brutality a serious problem?
  • What factors contribute to police brutality?
  • How does police brutality affect society?
  • How can police brutality be reduced?
Green Library
223 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library

18. Sexual harassment [1999]

222 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Is sexual harassment a serious problem?
  • What causes sexual harassment?
  • How can sexual harassment be reduced?
  • Are legal definitions of sexual harassment useful?
Green Library
224 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Is violence against women a serious problem?
  • What causes violence against women?
  • Are current criminal justice approaches to domestic violence effective?
  • How can violence aginst women be reduced?
Green Library

20. Assisted suicide [1998]

221 p. ; 25 cm.
  • ch. 1. Is assisted suicide ethical?
  • Assisted suicide shows compassion for the dying / Arthur Rifkin
  • Assisted suicide is consistent with Christian beliefs / John Shelby Spong
  • Christian arguments against suicide are misguided / John A. Pridonoff
  • Allowing competent people to commit suicide is ethical / Julian Savulescu
  • Physician-assisted suicide undermines medical ethics / American Medical News
  • Assisted suicide distorts the meaning of mercy / Charles J. Chaput
  • Assisted suicide violates Christian beliefs / Diane Komp
  • Assisted suicide violates the dignity of patients / John Bookser Feister
  • Assisted suicide is not morally equivalent to letting patients die / James F. Bresnahan
  • ch. 2. Is assisted suicide a constitutional right?
  • Bans on assisted suicide violate the Fourteenth Amendment / Stephen Reinhardt
  • Assisted suicide is an individual freedom / James Kilpatrick
  • Assisted suicide is a fundamental constitutional right / Ronald A. Lindsay
  • Assisted suicide is the ultimate civil right / Barbara Dority
  • Bans on assisted suicide do not violate the Fourteenth Amendment / William Rehnquist
  • Arguments supporting a constitutional right to suicide are illogical / Michael M. Uhlmann
  • Constitutional right to assisted suicide would threaten patients' right to refuse treatment / Wendy K. Mariner
  • Supreme Court's position on assisted suicide is valid / Alexander Morgan Capron
  • ch. 3. Should physician-assisted suicide be legalized?
  • Legalized physician-assisted suicide would improve treatment of the terminally ill / Stephen Jamison
  • Safeguards can prevent the abuse of physician-assisted suicide / Sherwin Nuland
  • Legalized physician-assisted suicide would not threaten the disabled / Karen Hwang
  • Arguments against legalizing physician-assisted suicide are unconvincing / Barbara Dority
  • Support for legalized physician-assisted suicide is based on mistaken notions / Ezekiel Emanuel
  • Legalized physician-assited suicide would lead to abuses / Stephen Chapman
  • Legalizing physician-assisted suicide would harm society / Wesley J. Smith
  • Legalized physician-assisted suicide would damage the physican-patient relationship / Jon Fuller
  • ch. 4. How would assisted suicide affect individuals' rights?
  • Assisted suicide would threaten the nonfatally ill / David Morrison
  • Assisted suicide would threaten the rights of the disabled / Evan J. Kemp
  • Assisted suicide would create an inhumane society / Rand Richards Cooper
  • Assisted suicide will be encouraged for economic reasons / Don Sloan
  • Assisted suicide would respect the rights of the terminally ill / Robert C. Horn
  • Assisted suicide would respect the rights of the elderly / Dudley Clendinen
  • Voluntary euthanasia would not lead to involuntary killing / Chris Hackler
  • Some individuals have a duty to die / John Hardwig.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

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