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186 Orville Brim et al., eds., The Dying Patient (New York: Russell Sage, 1960).
An anthology with a bibliography for each contribution. First deals with the
spectrum of technical analysis and decision-making in which health
He is the agent or representative of the social body, with the duty to make sure
that everyone plays the game according to the rules.60 The rules, of course,
forbid leaving the game and dying in any fashion that has not been specified by
Dying has become the ultimate form of consumer resistance.64 Traditionally the
person best protected from death was the one whom society had condemned to
die. Society felt threatened that the man on Death Row might use his tie to hang ...
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