Euthanasia Should Be Legalized

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One of the most controversial health issues today is whether euthanasia should be naturalized. For those of who you are unfamiliar with this term euthanasia it means a good death. In current times it means intentionally killing someone who feels their life is not worth living anymore. A great deal of time this is to end the suffering of someone who has a terminal illness such as dementia, cancer, or any type of disease that can cause a great deal of suffering. The question this article is addressing is whether we should be allowed to determine when we die. In 1994 Oregon became the first state to establish the Death with Dignity Act. After close examination it will proven why euthanasia should be legalized.
In this article Kathleen Kingsbury uses logos repeatedly in this article to support euthanasia. She does this by way of quoting statistics that prove a great deal of the population agree with euthanasia. According to a survey performed by 1,070 Americans “More than 80% of American adults agree” … that it is their individual right to decide for themselves whether they wish to take their own life. This survey was aimed at senior citizens who may be undergoing a chronic illness that can just prolong their death and suffering. In addition to this statement, ELDR Magazine disclosed
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By way of different rhetorical strategies such as logos, pathos, and anecdote, TIME magazine and Kathleen Kingsbury conveyed to proponents of euthanasia why they should push to have euthanasia on the ballot nationally. Proponents of euthanasia should address their concerns to their different representatives. Form lobbyist groups and bring them to your different state capital buildings and for those in different countries such as Nepal, Canada, and Germany do the same. If you don’t speak up for what you feel is right there will not be

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