by Matthew Jansen, Pundit, 20 January 2016
Matthew Jansen (Secretary of the Care Alliance) had a column published on The Pundit blogsite highlighting that people using the Oregon Death With Dignity Act come from a very narrow section of society.
The Guardian columnist Giles Fraser recently wrote “let us not pretend that this ‘personal choice’ is unaffected by wider economic realities.”
“By eroding the long-term mutual obligations we have to each other, in sickness and in health, we have arrived at the existential equivalent of a zero-hours contract with life, a contract that can be terminated at will.”
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