Our Lives and Ideologies

@article{Amundson2005OurLA,
  title={Our Lives and Ideologies},
  author={Ronald Amundson and Gayle Taira},
  journal={Journal of Disability Policy Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={16},
  pages={53 - 57}
}
The opposition to a public policy of physician-assisted suicide from within the disability-rights community seems to be surprising to academics who are supporters of other civil rights movements. Physician-assisted suicide is seen by them as a part of a progressive political agenda, akin to abortion rights and the civil rights of minorities. Many disability-rights advocates see physician-assisted suicide as quite the opposite—an example of discrimination against people with disabilities and a… 

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